Saudi arms ruling raises questions over future BAE business

Saudi arms ruling raises questions over future BAE business

The UK government will not grant new licences for the sale of arms to Saudi Arabia and its coalition partners that might be used in the Yemen conflict, while it prepares to contest a judgment from the Court of Appeal. On 20 June the court ruled British arms sales to the kingdom unlawful, throwing the possibility of certain future contracts between Saudi Arabia and key supplier BAE Systems (BA.) into doubt.

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