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EADS Has 'Shown Interest' in Korea Aerospace Stake
EADS has "shown interest" in buying a stake in Korea Aerospace Industries Ltd., according to Doosan Group.
Bloomberg

India invites bids for $2 bln in helicopter deals
India has invited bids for two separate defence projects worth more than $2 billion to arm its air force, a defence official and the country head of Boeing Co said on Tuesday.
Reuters


Raytheon Team Selected for U.S. Army Battle Command Development Contract

A team led by Raytheon Company received an indefinite delivery-indefinite quantity award for the U.S. Army Battle Command Development contract. The Battle Command Development contract, managed by the U.S. Army Communications and Electronics Command, is a five-year, multi-award vehicle worth up to $777.4 million.

Defpro

North Korea's Nuclear Test Forces Obama's Administration to Rethink Cutting Missile Defense

Riki Ellison, Chairman and Founder of the Missile Defense Advocacy Alliance (MDAA) went on record calling for expedient and definitive action by the US as the world was surprised by the underground nuclear test by North Korea.

Defpro

Military force not option in North Korea nuclear row - experts

North Korea's underground test of an atomic bomb means that military force must be ruled out as an option to resolve the country's nuclear program, Russian experts on Korean issues believe.

RIA Novosti

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