Skip to comments.Maker of seized military vehicles in Hong Kong confident deal with US military won’t be affected
Posted on 11/30/2016 10:04:28 PM PST by Rabin
The US Marine Corps Singapore Technologies (ST) Kinetics and Science Applications International Corporation (SAIC) to "supply" 13 Terrex series armored personnel carriers, SIAC noted the military vehicles are now impounded in a stand-off between Beijing and Singapore but it wont affect its deal with the US military. . . The US Marine Corps has commissioned the developer and manufacturer of the Terrex series military vehicles to supply 13 units this year for testing, in a contract worth US$121.5 million. They have been shifted to the Hong Kong customs depot at the River Trade Terminal, which is a secured access-controlled area, according to the ministry. . . The containers holding the vehicles were opened for inspection had been resealed, mainland experts might (also) take time to examine the vehicles The manufacturer of the US Marines military vehicles wont be jeopardized by impounding in China...
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I smell the Clinton foundation
Why did they send them through China?
You ask a very good question.
As the article said, “mainland experts might (also) take time to examine the vehicles”.
What exactly makes these vehicles worth ten times the co$t of a Ukrainian built BTR-4?
They appear to be 8-wheeled armored cars, which the Germans were building in WW2. Why they would cost $9 million is beyond me, but I’m sure the army would have a good excuse.
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