NEW DELHI — A new government in place in New Delhi has global military contractors aflutter over whether floundering negotiations over a slew of high-value competitions will finally end in contracts. Chief among them is India’s protracted effort to acquire 126 multirole fighters as part of the $12 billion Medium Multirole Combat Aircraft bid. More than two years after the French Rafale was chosen, discussions meander interminably with Dassault Aviation. In the next two weeks, ...
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