Despite Delay, U.K.-U.S. Defense Cooperation Treaty Nears

LONDON — The long-running process to ease the rules governing the export of defense articles between the U.S. and U.K. has suffered another delay, but should still be ready to move forward soon. London was hoping to complete the so-called U.S./U.K. Defense Trade Cooperation Treaty before the end of...

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