SINGAPORE — Indonesia plans to order the Korea Aerospace Industries (KAI) T-50 jet trainer and is now poised to discuss the terms of the deal. A letter was sent to KAI informing the company that the T-50 is the preferred choice and that Indonesia is ready to begin the negotiation phase, says an official in South Korea familiar with the situation. Besides price, the two parties will need to look at what involvement, if any, Indonesian Aerospace will have, the official adds. The ...
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