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, No 22, Monday 23rd November, 2009

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MAIN HEADLINES FROM THIS ISSUE:

  • SPECIAL REPORT: Portugal at war

    First it was the Greek honey trap, now Portugal is at war. Weapons are involved but so far the battles have been restricted to legal offices—as well as police raids, wire taps, and public allegations of fraud. The source of the conflict is the German Submarine Consortium’s (GSC) alleged failure to discharge offset commitments. Germany’s MAN Ferrostaal is the prime contractor.

  • Russia to pay for Thai rice with crude oil or ammunition

    Thailand’s Commerce Minister, Pornthiva Nakasai, has disclosed that Russia….

  • Brazil asks Israel to establish local defence production facilities

    Israeli President Shimon Peres and Brazilian Defence Minister Nelson Jobim have discussed expanding the two countries’ economic cooperation.

  • Danish confederation of industries is upset with lockheed

    The Danish Confederation of Industries (DCI) has written to the defence and industry ministers demanding guarantees that the Danish government insists on both industrial participation and buy-back when it buys its next generation of fighter aircraft. 

AND LOT'S MORE...

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