The U.K. and Saudi Arabia have agreed on a new pricing structure for Eurofighter Typhoon combat aircraft being purchased under the Al-Salam contract. The price escalation reflects changes in the contract including production of all 72 Typhoons in the U.K. Saudi now has 34 Typhoons delivered, a further 12 will arrive during 2014. Sir Roger Carr, BAE Systems chairman, said the agreement was: “welcome, mutually acceptable, and equitable” . . . and would underpin “potential future business.”

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