LONDON – The Eurofighter consortium says a final assembly line for the Typhoon could be set up in Indonesia if the combat aircraft is selected to replace that country’s aging fleet of F-5 Tigers. Eurofighter, which announced on April 15 it was sending a delegation to Jakarta to present its offer to the Indonesian government, said it would pave the way for Indonesia to develop its own indigenous capabilities. Also central to the deal is the relationship developed by Airbus ...

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