(United States Fourth Circuit) – Affirming the district court’s grant of a declaratory judgment to the plaintiff that it hadn’t breached any contractual agreement with Korea, but refusing a permanent injunction barring Korea from suing them in Korean courts in a contract suit between a US defense contractor and Korea in a complex set of exchanges involved in upgrading the country’s fighter planes.
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