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US relaxes export controls on some military parts

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WASHINGTON (AP) — Taking its first concrete step to streamline outdated restrictions on military exports, the U.S. moved to make it easier for American companies to sell aircraft equipment and parts to overseas customers. The White House announced Friday it has notified Congress of plans to give the Commerce Department, rather than the State Department, authority to control the export of...

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