Dozens of more countries are expected to be interested.
With drone warfare a hot business in recent years, the U.S. has kept a careful handle on who they allow to buy U.S.-made lethal drones. Reports suggest that’s about to change, with President Trump set to ease the rules substantially, opening up sales to dozens of new customers.
This isn’t just a scramble for growing arms sales abroad, which is a top administration priority. It also reflects manufacturers’ concern about overseas competitors, with fear that if the U.S. makers don’t get the business, someone else will.
China and Israel are major competition for the U.S. in drone sales, and both are often willing to do business with nations that wouldn’t be America’s first choice…
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