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August 10, 2012 7:11 AM

Looming defense spending cuts have some N.C. companies concerned

In battle, the U.S. military is a mighty force, strong and confident. In matters of money, though, it has turned skittish, delaying or canceling contracts for research, products and services it isn’t sure it will be able to afford after Jan. 2.

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