Canada Launches Fighter Contest, Targets Boeing Dispute

Credit: F-18: U.S. Navy
Canada has formally launched its long-awaited fighter competition, increasing the number of aircraft required but imposing a new procurement hurdle targeted at Boeing’s price-dumping trade dispute against Bombardier. As expected, Ottawa has scrapped plans for an interim purchase of 18 new Boeing F/A...

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