Protracted F-35 Contract Talks Cost Lockheed
Protracted negotiations between the Pentagon and Lockheed Martin over the next batches of F-35s are weighing on the company’s cash flow, with Lockheed forced to use internal funding to pay suppliers that have already begun work on the lot 9 and 10 jets. Lockheed has paid nearly $1 billion out of...
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