WASHINGTON (Reuters) – A stop-gap spending measure passed by the Congress last week will allow Lockheed Martin Corp and its partners in Italy and Germany to complete the last year of development of a missile defense system, averting possible termination fees and international fallout. The legislation funds the U.S. government through the end of the 2013 fiscal year on September 30, averting a shutdown this week, while giving the Pentagon and a few other agencies more say about how to achieve $ 85 billion in automatic spending cuts. …
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