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  • 17/06IATA trims industry loss expectations for 2022 to $9.7Bn
  • 15/06Sweden commits to buying more BAe Archer 155mm howitzers
  • 14/06Ariane 6 launch debut pushed into 2023
  • 13/06Lithuania has agreed at Eurosatory to buy 18 Nexter Caesar 155mm artillery from France
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  • 02/06South Korea's has signed a deal with Hyundai Rotem to acquire an unspecified number of wheeled Command Post Vehicles (CPVs)
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  • 17/06IATA trims industry loss expectations for 2022 to $9.7Bn
  • 15/06Sweden commits to buying more BAe Archer 155mm howitzers
  • 14/06Ariane 6 launch debut pushed into 2023
  • 13/06Lithuania has agreed at Eurosatory to buy 18 Nexter Caesar 155mm artillery from France
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