US approves new military sale to Taiwan

A mechanics work on an F-16 as they perform maintenance on it at the Ogden Air Logistics Complex, headquartered at Hill Air Force Base on June 15, 2017 in Ogden, Utah. The Ogden Air Logistics Complex is the only maintenance facility for F-16's and other planes in the United States. Bloomberg News/George Frey

WASHINGTON, (BLOOMBERG) – The U.S. approved the sale of military equipment to Taiwan on Monday, drawing China’s ire as tensions escalate between the world’s two largest economies. Taiwan welcomed the package, estimated by the Pentagon to be worth US$330 million, which was proposed by its government last year and includes spare parts for F-16, C-130 […]

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