China Imposes Sanctions on U.S. Military Contractors After U.S.-Taiwan Arms Deal

HeadlineOct 27, 2020

China has imposed sanctions on U.S. military contractors Lockheed Martin, Raytheon and part of Boeing in response to a new U.S.-Taiwan arms deal. On Monday, the Trump administration announced plans to sell Taiwan a $2.3 billion missile system made by Boeing.

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