SAO PAOLO, Brazil — The Brazilian and Argentine governments have signed bilateral agreements that could lead to Argentina buying Brazilian-made Gripen combat aircraft. The agreement was signed by Brazilian Defense Minister Celso Amorim and his Argentine counterpart, Agustín Rossi, during the rollout ceremony of the Embraer KC-390 airlifter at Gaviao Peixoto on Oct. 21. Details were made public on Oct. 22. The agreement, called the Aerospace Industry Strategic Alliance (IAEA), ...

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