Hanwha Aerospace Prioritizes Defence Sector by Spinning Off Non-Core Units

In a strategic move, Hanwha Aerospace will divest its semiconductor and video surveillance segments to concentrate on enhancing its primary defence division, segments previously generating about 16% of its revenue.

Discovered 2024-04-15T00:46:49.972562-07:00 | 2024-04-15T00:46:49.972562-07:00

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