Taiwan welcomes reported shift in U.S. arms sales policy
Taipei, June 5 (CNA) A reported shift in U.S. government policy to process arms sales to Taiwan on a case-by-case basis would likely make it easier to predict the timing of arms procurements, better meet defense needs and make defense budget planning easier, the Ministry of National Defense (MND) said Tuesday.
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