DND strategic review worrying arms industry

Despite government promises to continue increasing the Defence department's budget post-Afghan mission and keep the military a high priority, nervousness and quiet doubts are proliferating among arms lobbyists, manufacturers and, apparently, top Canadian commanders as well.

Carl Meyer
Published: Wednesday, 06/09/2010 12:00 am EDT

Despite government promises to continue increasing the Defence department's budget post-Afghan mission and keep the military a high priority, nervousness and quiet doubts are proliferating among arms lobbyists, manufacturers and, apparently, top Canadian commanders as well.

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