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US signs new Defence R&D deal with Chile

19 Oct 2016

The US has signed a defence industrial agreement with Chile which will aim to increase the level of co-operation on defence research, development, testing, and evaluation between the two countries. 


The deal which was signed by US defence secretary Ashton Carter and his Chilean counterpart, José Antonio Gómez, will be able to offer many new project opportunities within a secure framework agreement. 

Chilean Ministry of Defence has publicly voiced his support for the deal, which was developed by Chilean Defence Advisory Committee's Subcommittee on Science and Technology, and further mentioned that it is a "major breakthrough".


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