NEW DELHI — India will soon buy an additional 262 Barak-I Israeli anti-aircraft missiles for its navy, now that the Indian government has closed a bribery investigation that held up the deal for years. In an apparent bid to counter the growing naval power of neighboring China, the Indian navy has been insisting the government clear the Barak missile purchase as its warships equipped with the Barak anti-missile defense systems were low on missiles. “The navy had requested to buy ...
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