Military spending to peak in 2008, corporations worry about drop in orders

The decrease in insurgent violence in Iraq brings hope to…

The decrease in insurgent violence in Iraq brings hope to family members of active military personnel, but worries the corporations who supply military vehicles to soldiers overseas.  Less protection needed means less military orders coming in, possibly posing a financial threat to large corporations who depend on military contracts to sustain growth if military spending begins to decrease after it peaks in 2008.  For more on this topic, please visit Market Spotlight: Military Vehicles and return here to comment.

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