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Price rise may be only option to save Airbus A400M
A higher sticker price and fewer guaranteed deliveries may be the only way to rescue Europe's new military transport plane after years of costly delays.
Iran's ability to build own S-300 air-defense systems queried
A Russian military expert questioned on Wednesday Tehran's claims that it could build its own S-300 surface-to-air missile systems. With the delivery of Russian-made S-300 systems to Iran long overdue, Tehran has said it is capable of producing clones in the near future.
Defence Procurement tops the agenda at International Armoured Vehicles
Defence procurement policy in the UK which was designed to provide troops with improved armoured vehicle military capabilities is beginning to unravel according to recent reports, and this will top the agenda at International Armoured Vehicles 2010.
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India Bolsters Coastal Security After 2008 Attack
India has greatly strengthened its coastal security a year since the Nov. 26 Mumbai terror attacks, which came through a sea route.
Sweden Offers Brazil Partnership Deal
Swedish Defense Minister Sten Tolgfors will lead a high-level delegation that will meet for two days of talks, beginning Nov. 25, with Brazilian defense and state officials in Rio.