NEW DELHI — The U.S., Russian and Swedish aviation companies that have been cut from the race for India’s estimated $11 billion fighter jet program say they are still keeping their options open and will request a debriefing on the decision. French defense company Dassault Aviation’s Rafale and the Eurofighter Typhoon were the only teams shortlisted for the Indian air force’s (IAF) technical selection for the 126-fighter Medium Multi-Role Combat Aircraft (Mmrca) program, a defense ...

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