Germany weighs military project cutbacks


BERLIN, March 25 (Reuters) - Germany is weighing up cutbacks to future and existing military projects, the Defence Ministry said on Thursday. "At the moment we are checking what we can do and what we will have to do in the future," a ministry spokesman said. The ministry would decide in the summer on its support for existing projects such as the U.S.-European MEADS missile development programme, and in 2011 on the last tranche of 37 Eurofighter high-performance combat jets. Projects ...

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