As India decides MMRCA winner, Pakistan mulls JF-17 changes
The cost of acquiring the winning aircraft for India's Medium Multirole Combat Aircraft (MMRCA) competition is no longer a secret (except to the public, for now). With final MMRCA bids in for the Dassault Rafale or Eurofighter Typhoon, the offers of both European companies were opened Nov. 4 and their contents revealed for the first time to the two European rivals, as well as the Indian government's MMRCA program team, and three defense ministry officers who will spend the next 6-8 ...
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