New F-35 Cost Concerns Emerge

LOS ANGELES — The embattled F-35 Joint Strike Fighter is facing the threat of $3 billion or more in higher costs related to taxes and tariffs on components and subassemblies traveling around its international supply network. In addition to parts from more than 1,100 primary suppliers across the U.S...

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