The U.S. air force refused to contract with the American company associated with Vekselberg
According to the congressmen, we are talking about the Chicago metallurgical firm of A. Finkl & Sons Co. Its parent company is partially owned by a Russian entrepreneur, said Bloomberg.
TASS, 6 September. The Ministry of the U.S. air force decided to abandon the contract for the production of bombs to destroy underground bunkers with one of the American companies because of its relationship with the Russian businessman Victor Vekselberg. This was reported by Bloomberg, the disposal of which was a letter sent by the office of the chief audit on the U.S. Congress Office of government accountability (SCP).
As the Agency published in the publishing environment, against that deal by a group of congressmen, who in a letter to the Secretary of the air force Heather Wilson dated July 27, indicated that “it is alarming that the contract was concluded with the company a subsidiary of the conglomerate, owned by foreigners.”