U.K. F-35 Work Share Expected To Remain Stable

LONDON — The U.K. defense industry will gain at least 15% of the value of F-35 Joint Strike Fighter production work, even as the country’s own plans for how many of the stealth fighters to buy remain ill defined. Peter Luff, the U.K. minister for defense equipment, technology and support, says the...

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