by Patrick Appel

Justin Elliott looks at US arms sales to Egypt and those who lobby for them:

PLM Group agreed to lobby Congress "to facilitate approval of commercial and non-subsidized government-to-government arm sales, and to improve the terms of the aid package." PLM would also "provide general, high-level strategic advice relative to the Egyptian image among American decision-makers." 

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