Army mulls spending US$990 million on M1A2 tanks
Taipei, July 9 (CNA) Taiwan's military is planning a budget of NT$30 billion (US$990 million) for the purchase of 108 M1A2 tanks from the U.S. to replace its aging battle tanks, a military source told CNA Monday.
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