NEW DELHI — The Indian army’s artillery buy remains snarled in a maze as British defense and security company BAE Systems has opted not to bid on a program for 1,580 towed guns. “While we are certain that the FH-77B05 is the most capable 52-caliber towed gun available, and it was specifically designed for and demonstrated to meet the Indian army’s requirements as stated in a previous request for proposals (RFP), BAE Systems has, after very careful consideration, come to the conclusion ...

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