Britain enters talks with two consortiums to outsource arms buying

LONDON (Reuters) – Britain’s defense ministry is in talks with two consortiums – led by U.S. engineers CH2M Hill and Bechtel – that are competing to run its 159 billion pound ($249 billion) equipment buying program to cut delays and cost overruns.

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