Raytheon sets up missile maintenance JV in Hungary
American defense contractor Raytheon has set up a joint venture with Arzenal, owned by Hungary’s Defense Ministry, for maintenance of its Maverick air-to-ground tactical missiles, daily Népszabadság reported on Friday.
Maverick missiles are used by Hungary’s Armed Forces for their Gripen aircraft. (MTI-Econews)
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