NEW DELHI — India expects to wrap up the $11 billion Medium Multi-Role Combat Aircraft [MMRCA] deal by mid-December, Air Force Chief Air Marshal Norman Anil Kumar Browne said Friday. “We are calculating hard . . . by mid-December we should have very good sense of who has been selected,” Browne says. The commercial bids of the two contenders—the Dassault Rafale and the Eurofighter Typhoon—were opened Nov 4. The lowest bid in the tender may become the winner. However, the associated ...

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