Two Taiwan warplanes at the Hualien Airbase in eastern Taiwan, 04 June 2018. A US$330 million arms sale, covering parts for Taiwan's F-16, C-130, F-5, Indigenous Defense Fighter jets and other aircraft systems, has passed the US Congress. Photo: Taiwan Military News Agency via EPA-EFE
Two Taiwan warplanes at the Hualien Airbase in eastern Taiwan, 04 June 2018. A US$330 million arms sale, covering parts for Taiwan's F-16, C-130, F-5, Indigenous Defense Fighter jets and other aircraft systems, has passed the US Congress. Photo: Taiwan Military News Agency via EPA-EFE
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US$330 million arms sale to Taiwan will go ahead, says US Congress

  • The sale, mainly of aircraft parts, will be the second military deal for Taipei in less than 18 months under the Trump administration

Two Taiwan warplanes at the Hualien Airbase in eastern Taiwan, 04 June 2018. A US$330 million arms sale, covering parts for Taiwan's F-16, C-130, F-5, Indigenous Defense Fighter jets and other aircraft systems, has passed the US Congress. Photo: Taiwan Military News Agency via EPA-EFE
Two Taiwan warplanes at the Hualien Airbase in eastern Taiwan, 04 June 2018. A US$330 million arms sale, covering parts for Taiwan's F-16, C-130, F-5, Indigenous Defense Fighter jets and other aircraft systems, has passed the US Congress. Photo: Taiwan Military News Agency via EPA-EFE
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