European arms companies have decided to abandon the use of American technologies. This is reported by Welt am Sonntag.
They are not satisfied with the US attempts to control products created with the help of American technologies and attempts to restrict their exports.
Companies from Germany and France intend to conduct their own development and independently from the US to create helicopters, assault rifles, and a new European fighter.
Earlier it was reported that the American company Remington, which is the oldest us manufacturer of weapons, filed for bankruptcy. The company's arms sales halved compared to 2016, to $437.5 million, even as demand grew amid civil protests and unrest in the United States. At the same time, the company accumulated debts of $250 million.