SAO JOSE DOS CAMPOS, Brazil — Embraer is positioning itself to secure the lion’s share of the billions in defense deals that Brazil has looming on the horizon, which could put it on the path to becoming one of the world’s top defense firms. Contracts up for grabs include Sisfron, a $6 billion integrated border monitoring system that Brazil’s army is implementing to protect the country’s land borders. Brazil has borders with 10 different countries totaling nearly 17,000 km (10,600 ...

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