Poland says short-lists 5 bidders for missile defence contract
WARSAW Jan 15 (Reuters) - Polish Defence Minister Tomasz Siemoniak said on Wednesday five bidders had been short-listed for a contract to provide Poland with an air and missile defence system.
He told a news conference the short-listed bidders were: France's Thales, the Israeli government, U.S. firm Raytheon, a consortium of European defence manufacturer MBDA and Polish Defence Holding, and the MEADS consortium led by Lockheed Martin.
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