The U.K., which has hoped to sell Eurofighter Typhoons to the United Arab Emirates, has learned that any potential deal has been halted. “The UAE have advised that they have elected not to proceed with these proposals at this time,” says a note to prime contractor BAE Systems's investors. The U.K. had been negotiating with the UAE for the sale of about 60 aircraft, with Prime Minister David Cameron traveling to the Dubai Airshow last month in the hopes of lobbying for BAE's bid to sell ...
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