|Just a few days ago Israel and the U.S. agreed on mutual development of the Arrow-3 anti-missile interceptor. Built jointly by Boeing and the state-owned Israel Aerospace Industries, it will cost up to $100 million -' all paid by U.S. taxpayers. New missile interceptors for nuclear-armed Israel are apparently more important than U.S. jobs.
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