RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL – A new division in the Argentine government – after the resignation and replacement of ministers – has been generated by the negotiations for the purchase of military aircraft from China. The proceedings sparked a rift between the heads of economy and defense, Martín Guzmán and Jorge Taiana, respectively.
According to the local newspaper La Nación, the 2022 finance bill – sent last week by the Ministry of the Economy to Congress – contains a credit management authorization of $ 664 million, aimed at acquiring 12 JF supersonic planes – 17 Thunder-Block III from the original Chinese company. The planes are destined. . .
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