International Defense Industry Agenda 20 – 26 March 2023

• Defense expenditures of NATO countries in 2022 increased compared to 2021 and reached 1.17 trillion dollars.

• Taiwan signed a contract with the USA for the modernization of the powertrain of M60A3 tanks in its inventory.

• Portugal will purchase 12 second-hand A-29 Super Tucano Close Air Support aircraft from Brazil.

• Poland continues to receive K2 tanks and K9 howitzers from South Korea.

• The UK will supply a flight simulator system for the modernized fleet of surveillance aircraft.

• Egypt becomes the first confirmed foreign customer of the French Akeron anti-tank guided missiles.

• American aircraft manufacturer Boeing signed a contract to manufacture 184 Apache helicopters for the US Army and Australia.

• The USA approved the sale of 95 Light Tactical Vehicles and equipment to Romania.

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