The outcome of two fighter competitions could dump two of the contenders out of the export market, reshaping the combat aircraft world. Large-scale purchases in Brazil and India are viewed as being of strategic importance among some of the players, and the impact of a loss in both could have far-reaching consequences. On the other hand, a win in either would strengthen the company’s ability to position itself as a contender to the Lockheed Martin F-35 Joint Strike Fighter and, in the ...

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