The US has long used weapons sales abroad as a means to advance foreign policy interests.
But arms deals have been a focus for the Trump administration, and the head of the Defense Security Cooperation Agency is looking for ways to make those deals faster and more appealing.
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WASHINGTON — America sold more than $55 billion in weapons abroad in fiscal 2019, but the man in charge of those efforts hopes to increase sales as he continues...
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