Sweden’s Saab has made further hints that the company could be close to joining the UK’s Future Combat Air System (FCAS) effort. Company CEO Hakan Bushke told investors that the company has had “fruitful discussions” with the UK and other partners on FCAS as he presented the company’s 2018 annual results on Feb. 15. He said any cooperation strategy on a future program would have to “build our capability, not drain it.” He added he had not yet seen ...

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