NEW DELHI — Russia has made a veiled threat that it may stop bidding for Indian military contracts, complaining that some procurements seem to have been engineered for predetermined outcomes. Undermined by fierce competition from U.S. and European defense companies on several deals in the Indian arms market in the past few years, Russia feels, “Sometimes, terms of tenders are crafted specifically to get the required results.” The increasing allegiance with American and French defense ...
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