BENGALURU, India — U.S. defense giant Boeing has no firm plans to jointly develop aircraft with India, but recognizes this may be a step it needs to take in the future. “I think we have to take it one step at a time. We’re looking at what sort of agreements make sense and I wouldn’t rule it out,” says Mark Kronenberg, VP of international business development for Boeing Defense, Space & Security, on the sidelines at Aero India this week. He says if Boeing were to develop an ...

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