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Resource ID: #14749
Subject: Military
Source: Progressive Magazine
Date: 1998-05-01


U.S. weapons makers hope to cash in on a subsidized arms market in Eastern and Central Europe that could reach $8 to $10 billion for fighter aircraft and as much as $35 billion for military equipment of all kinds over the next decade. Major exporting companies like Lockheed Martin, Boeing, and Textron have engaged in extraordinary lobbying efforts aimed at promoting the NATO expansion and buoosting U.S. subsidies for military sales to prospective members of the alliance.

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