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US Govt OKs South Korea’s Request for $110M in Boeing Missiles, Other Equipment

boeing logoTYSONS CORNER, VA, November 20,  2015 — South Korea’s proposed purchase of Boeing‘s (NYSE: BA) UGM-84L Harpoon Block II missiles and associated equipment and services under a $110 million foreign military sale has received approval from the State Department, ExecutiveBiz reported Thursday.

The Defense Security Cooperation Agency said Wednesday South Korea plans to use the requested defense equipment to supplement its weapon inventories and bolster anti-surface warfare operations.

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