France Plans To Increase Defense Spending Through 2025

Credit: Rafale fighter: Dassault

LYON, France—The French government this week presented its military spending plan for 2019-25, confirming a will to increase defense expenditures after decades of cuts. In the bill, the country’s budget for the period is anticipated at €295 billion ($350 billion). The upward financial trajectory is...

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