War jeopardizing sale of Tatra trucks to the Middle East. KOPRIVNICE, Czech Republic – Czech heavy-truck maker Tatra a.s. fears delay of a possible contract to deliver some 200 heavy trucks to the army of the United Arab Emirates as a result of the war in Iraq. The company is owned 51% by SDC International of the U.S., 19.5% by Terex Corp. and 21.1% by Vectra Ltd. of India. Tatra exported more than 1,100 trucks to UAE’s military some years ago. The company exhibited its ...

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