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US to sell $3.5 billion worth of weapons to Taiwan as tensions soar with China

New Zealand Herald Tuesday, 27 October 2020
US to sell $3.5 billion worth of weapons to Taiwan as tensions soar with ChinaThe Trump Administration today notified Congress of plans for a US$2.37 billion ($3.5b) sale of Harpoon missile systems to Taiwan.Just hours earlier, Beijing announced sanctions on United States defence contractors, including Boeing,...
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