U.K. Government To Pay Raytheon Following Arbitration Ruling

LONDON — The U.K. Home Office has been told to pay £224 million ($372 million) to Raytheon following the cancellation of a failed secure borders program. An arbitration tribunal ruled that the British government should pay the company £50 million in damages and £9.6 million in contract charges, as...

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