British Aerospace and Saab-Scania have moved closer to a partnership on the JAS 39 Gripen program with a tentative agreement on marketing, further development and joint production of export models of the multirole fighter. The initial agreement, signed Jan. 24 after nearly two years of discussions, still has to be approved by the Swedish and U.K. governments and the boards of British Aerospace, the JAS 39 Industry Group and its individual companies. A memorandum of ...

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