Purchases of U.S. Defense Contractors by overseas firms soaring
Companies overseas have increased their purchases of U.S.-based defense contractors by 100 per cent annually for the past two years according to Houlihan Lokey Howard and Zukin investment banking services. The firm reported that there were only three takeovers of U.S.-defense firms by Overseas in 2002.
Publication Name: Defense Today
Global trade tensions continue in defense industry
The trade tensions between the European union contractors and U.S. armed forces is discussed. Rising trade tensions had led to growing differences between E.U. and U.S armed forces.
Publication Name: Navy News & Undersea Technology
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