NEW DELHI – Three key defense contracts for U.S. firms in India could take a step forward on Aug. 29 during the first major acquisitions meeting convened by Arun Jaitley, the country’s new defense minister. Top defense ministry sources indicate that the officials will likely push through two key U.S. helicopter contracts, both to Boeing for 22 AH-64D Apache Block III and 15 CH-47F Chinook heavy transport helicopters. India’s long-delayed effort to identify a shoulder-fired ...
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