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January 12, 2013

India Says French Rafale Jets Contract Being Fine-Tuned

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India says French Rafale jets contract being fine-tuned (via AFP)

India is fine-tuning a contract to buy 126 French-made Rafale fighter jets, Foreign Minister Salman Khurshid said on Thursday, adding that Paris would have to “wait a little” to pop the bubbly. India last year selected Dassault Aviation as its preferred bidder in a $10 billion (7.6 billion euro) contract…

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