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The Economics of Offsets: Defence Procurement and Countertrade
No preview available - 1996
3-percent flat rate 68 weapon systems Accounting Office Washington Acquisition cost Nonrecurring aircraft engines arms control advocates Arms Export Control benefits and drawbacks calculated the charges categories of weapon charge 3 percent charge on foreign charges with flat collect nonrecurring cost costs on direct costs on foreign current pro rata development costs development investment direct commercial sales DOD'S Dollars in millions DSAA and GAO DSAA official Eagleb Export Control Act fiscal year 1994 Flat Rate Charges foreign military sales GAO computations major defense equipment Military Exports million in nonrecurring nonrecurring cost charges Nonrecurring pro rata opponents of recovery percent 5 percent percent of acquisition Rata and Flat rata charge percent rata fee rata system Rate Charges Table recover nonrecurring costs recovery of nonrecurring requirement to collect research and development sales of major Supporters and opponents total charges types of sales U.S. General Accounting U.S. government U.S. Treasury waivers involving world market