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Taiwan military purchases "Patriot" missiles settled, U.S. raises fares before Taiwan 2020

来源:中国台湾网 December 9, 2019 10:55:00 source: China Taiwan Network

The Taiwan military's purchase of the "Patriot" missiles will be closed, but the United States has increased its fares before the Taiwan 2020 election. (Photo source: Taiwan United News Network)

China Taiwan Net, December 9th According to Taiwan's United Daily News, the Taiwanese army spent 12 years and spent more than 179.1 billion yuan (NT $) on the performance of the Patriot-2 air defense missiles and the purchase of the Patriot- The 3 "air defense missile case will come to an end next year. However, in the name of implementing project management and technical support procurement, the United States has made two consecutive lion openings and successively increased budgets, which not only made the financial burden more heavy, but also forced the implementation of the entire case to continue to be extended.

It is reported that the two major procurement cases were initially promoted by the Taiwan Army in the name of "Fast Frontier Project", with a budget of about 179.1 billion yuan (NT $) and a period of 2007 to 2021. The Taiwan Air Force ’s so-called “Commander of Staff” Liu Renyuan once stated in the Taiwan ’s “Legislative Yuan” that the Patriot missile performance improvement part “ends next year”. The Taiwan Air Force asked the U.S. military to verify the follow-up budget, but the news came from the U.S. additional budget. . In December, it was re-transmitted that Taiwan signed the "Patriot" missile "technical support" procurement contract. It will be completed from the end of November this year to June 2022. It will take approximately 31 months for Taiwan to pay another 1.5975 million yuan (NT $) ). The Taiwan Air Force has no comment on this information. (China Taiwan Net Liu Hongyang)

[Responsible editor: Liu Hongyang]

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