Insight: Germany sweats on more than its equipment shortage
The pace of military procurement progress, underfunding and a shortage of equipment across its armed forces has long frustrated German decision-makers and continues to be held up by critics as a sign that the country lacks both the will and ambition to be a reliable and trusted European ally.
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