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Germany Seeks To Sell South Korea Ground-Air Missiles: Report

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Berlin (AFP) Jul 17, 2005
Germany plans to sell South Korea surplus ground to air US-made Patriot missiles in a deal worth millions of dollars, the Financial Times Deutschland (FTD) reported in its Monday edition.

Defence ministry officials were in the South Korean capital Seoul last week to put the final touches to the deal, it said, quoting military sources. But the deal would only be finalised next year.

The German military wants to cut the number of its batteries of Patriots from 32 to 24, according to the newspaper.

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US Has Sealed Deal On Japan's Licensed Production Of PAC-3 Missiles
Tokyo (AFP) Jul 16, 2005
The United States has concluded a deal to allow Japan's licensed production of US-developed surface-to-air missiles which will constitute the core of a joint missile defense system, a report said Saturday.

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