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New Delhi wants to spend around $18 billion acquiring 110 new fighters to replace the old MiGs.
Lockheed Martin is developing a new variant of its iconic F-16 single-engine fighter in order to compete in India’s 2019 tender for 110 new warplanes.
(This first appeared in May 2019.)
But don’t count on the American firm’s “F-21” to win the contract.
According to journalist Angad Singh, the likely winner is French company Dassault’s Rafale twin-engine...
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