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Six bids for India’s new advanced fighter

by: Matthew Potter
August 4, 2008

Category: Contract Awards, D'Assault, India, MiG, Military Aviation, production program, Proposal | RSS 2.0

With the decision here to relax the off set provisions required for work on Indian defense contracts India received six new proposals for their new advanced fighter aircraft, the MMRCA. See a story here. Boeing, Lockheed Martin, EADS, MiG, SAAB and D’Assault submitted proposals. Aircraft from these companies are currently under evaluation with a decision to be made in the next several months.

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