Weapons, Anyone?

Western arms makers covet new NATO members' business

It looks like a bonanza waiting to happen. As Central European nations ink the preliminary terms for joining NATO, global defense companies are salivating over their markets. They envision scores of lucrative contracts when Poland, Hungary, and the Czech Republic spend billions to upgrade everything from radar to aircraft. Many are jockeying for position to cash in on the potential military buying binge.

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