China suspends military exchanges with U.S. over arms sales to Taiwan

Relations between the U.S. and China just got chillier with the U.S. announcement to sell $6.4 billion in arms to Taiwan.   The AP reported that:

China suspended military exchanges with the United States, threatened unprecedented sanctions against American defense companies and warned Saturday that cooperation would suffer after Washington announced $6.4 billion in planned arms sales to Taiwan.

I wonder which companies are in line to get the contracts.

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