Malaysia Limits Spending Plan To One Air Defense Radar

Credit: RMAF
KUALA LUMPUR—A funding shortage has forced Malaysia to buy only one long-range air defense radar instead of the three sought by its air force. The budget squeeze also means procurement of maritime patrollers, light attack aircraft and long-range drones will be delayed for at least two years. Funding...

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