Italy to cut F-35 order, again?
Italian Prime Minister Matteo Renzi has said the country may reduce its order for 90 F-35 fighters as part of sweeping public spending cuts.
"We will continue with our international programmes, we will continue with a strong air force but that [F-35] programme will be revised," he said in a Canale 5 television interview.
Italy is looking to make 3 billion euros ($4.18 billion) worth of avings in its defence spend over the next three years.
The F-35 programme is an easy target for thos...
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