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Japan Eases Military Export Control Laws, Clouds JSF Sales

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Friday, 30 December 2011 10:58

Accoring to the Australian newspaper The Canberra Times, there are concerns that Japan's recent easing of export control laws could hurt Australian defense contractors participating in the Joint Strike Fighter (JSF) program. Japan recently announced that parts Japanese companies were making in Japan for use on the JSF would be available for planes in other countries.  Follow this link to read the complete story, "Australian bids for JSF work put in jeopardy."

 

 

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