General Atomics Says UAS Export Rules Help China In Market

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Restricting Trade Rather than restricting the proliferation of unmanned aircraft systems (UAS), export restrictions are helping China in its bid to gain a foothold in the market with copycat aircraft, top officials at General Atomics Aeronautical Systems warn. Under limits imposed by the...

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