The U.S. aerospace giant Boeing is again the sole remaining bidder for the long-delayed E-X Project to build airborne early warning systems for Korea, after IAI Elta of Israel failed to meet the final requirements.
The W1.5878 trillion (US $1=W966) project will introduce four airborne early warning aircraft by 2012 and has symbolic meaning as a core component of the governmentâ€™s independent defense policy. Japan has fours E-767 AWACS and 13 E-2C AWACS and China is developing several such spy planes.
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