BRIEF-Lockheed Martin says "We may continue to face pressure to reduce costs from new presidential administration relating to F-35 program"
Feb 10 Lockheed Martin Corp
* Lockheed Martin - We may continue to face pressure to reduce costs from new presidential administration relating to F-35 program
* Lockheed Martin - Uncertainty regarding actions that may be taken by new presidential administration in light of recent criticisms of F-35 program
* Lockheed Martin - Decision to cut spending or reduce planned orders for F-35 would have an adverse impact on results of operations
* Lockheed Martin - F-35 is expected to represent a higher percentage of co's sales in future years - SEC filing
* Lockheed Martin - Given size of F-35 program, expect continual reviews of aircraft performance, program schedule as part of oversight and budgeting processes
* Lockheed Martin - Due to co's "diverse range" of products, less likely that cuts in any specific contract or program will have long-term effect on business Source text for Eikon: (bit.ly/2k8CB2g) Further company coverage:
Korea Zinc agrees to take 15 pct drop in 2017 processing fees - Metal Bulletin
MELBOURNE, March 30 Korea Zinc Inc, the world's third-largest zinc smelter, has agreed to take a 15 percent drop in annual processing fees for 2017 as smelters grapple with a dearth of mine supply, Metal Bulletin reported.