NEW DELHI — India has started price negotiations with France’s Dassault Aviation on the 126-fighter Medium Multi-Role Combat Aircraft (MMRCA) program. A contract is expected to be signed after six months, Indian Defense Minister A.K. Antony says. India announced early February that the French Rafale had won the $11 billion deal, beating the Eurofighter Typhoon on price. Meanwhile, Antony also says the proposed purchase of Swiss Pilatus PC-7 turbo trainer aircraft is going back and ...


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