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German military places historic €8.5 billion order with Rheinmetall

Al Bawaba 21 Jun 2024
This significant extension of an already-existing contract aims to help Ukraine\u0027s military ...
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Guam Industry Forum 2024, in anticipation of over $11B military projects, now open for sponsorship, registration

Guam Pacific Daily News 21 Jun 2024
... on effective contract competition and potential partnerships as they prepare to bid on more than $11 billion worth of anticipated military expansion projects planned for the next five to 10 years.
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Is the Reign of the Dollar Coming to an End?

Scheerpost 21 Jun 2024
first, the weakness of the US economy due to its reliance upon military spending over productive investment (the former of which accounts for 53.6% of total world military spending) and, second, the US’s history of breach of contract.
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Alabama Shipyard Wins MSC Oiler Maintenance Contract

MarineLink 20 Jun 2024
Alabama Shipyard has secured a contract to perform maintenance work aboard the Military Sealift Command's (MSC) fleet replenishment oiler USNS Kanawha (T-AO 196) ... this contract to $11,807,789.
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How US military bases became proving grounds for clean energy technology

The Hill 20 Jun 2024
The practice dovetails with a broader philosophy surrounding military contracting ... That also makes the military an important source of early defense-contract funding for renewable technologies — or companies — getting off the ground.
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Congress Debates FY25 NDAA

TT News 20 Jun 2024
A comprehensive defense policy measure recently approved in the House of Representatives proposes security enhancements for trucks at military bases and a review of a new moving contract ... .
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US Supreme Court dismisses British firm's appeal case over F-35 jet sales to Korea

Korea Times 20 Jun 2024
High-cost military contracts between countries usually involve offset programs, where a buyer receives other goods or technologies in return for the deal.
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US to redirect air defense orders to Ukraine – White House

Russia Today 20 Jun 2024
The newspaper noted that Poland, Romania and Germany all have open orders with American manufacturers for Patriot systems, with a separate outstanding contract for 1,000 missiles placed by a group of NATO member states back in January.
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Eagle’s Eye Report: Are Republicans All Talk?

The Liberty Beacon 20 Jun 2024
Host ... •••• ... NOTE ... About the Articles Author Roger Landry (TLB) spent about three decades of his adult life either in, or working for the military, with about two decades working directly for the Military Industrial Complex facilitating DOD contracts.
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Insights: Richard Schwarz, SAFE Boats International

MarineLink 20 Jun 2024
... and branches of the military.” ... “A substantial component to the business is and has been international, both through foreign military sales contracts to the U.S ... The contract from U.S.
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Korea to export K9 howitzers worth $920 mil. to Romania

Korea Times 19 Jun 2024
Details of the contract remain under wraps, but earlier reports suggested that the Romanian military intends to acquire 54 K9 howitzers from the K9’s manufacturer, Hanwha Aerospace, as part of ...
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Frontier Technology Chosen for $1B Military Satellite Software Contract

SpaceDaily 19 Jun 2024
This contract aims to develop a next-generation ground software system for military satellites.
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More than 1,000 students pledge not to work at Google and Amazon due to Project Nimbus

Engadget 19 Jun 2024
Google and Amazon won a $1.2 billion contract under Project Nimbus to provide the Israeli government and military with cloud computing, machine learning and artificial intelligence services.
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Russia demands withdrawal of US nuclear arms from Europe

Anadolu Agency 19 Jun 2024
"This would be great for them, because these are new contracts for the US military-industrial complex, another opportunity to show their citizens some kind of exclusivity, the ability to operate ...
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Business world increasingly being caught up in global conflicts

Beijing News 19 Jun 2024
However, after Russia's full-scale invasion of Ukraine in 2022, many Western companies faced the dilemma of complying with sanctions by exiting Russia or retaining access to lucrative government contracts and a 145-million-person consumer market.
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