UK unveils $251 bln defence equipment plan, but doubts remain


* Defence equipment plans stretches to 2022 * Meant to reduce uncertainty; experts question assumptions By Mohammed Abbas LONDON, Jan 31(Reuters) - Britain published on Thursday a 159-billion-pound ($251 billion) long-term defence equipment spending plan, a move aimed at reversing decades of mismanagement but which drew only qualified praise from experts. The plan covers spending from 2012 to 2022, the first time the Ministry of ...

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