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Brexit won’t hamper arms trade

Britain's vote to leave the European Union is not expected to fundamentally alter its ties with the US military or weapons-related trade. ||| England - Britain's vote to leave the European Union is not expected to fundamentally alter its ties with the US military or weapons-related trade, the Pentagon's chief arms buyer said. US Defence Undersecretary Frank Kendall said it was too early to assess specific trade impacts since it would take a long time to formalise Britain's exit from the EU, but he did not foresee a big impact on the strong bilateral relationship.
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