NEW DELHI — The Indian government is likely to conclude a multibillion contract with Dassault Aviation for 126 Rafale fighters in six months or less, with contract negotiations reaching a crucial stage and inquiries into the selection process concluded. Sources stressed that “all hurdles have been cleared,” following questions in the Indian parliament about how the commercial bids were interpreted. “All inquiries into due process have been completed. Contract negotiations are ...
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