Dassault Aims To Build Aircraft In India Through Reliance JV

Credit: Rafale: Dassault
NEW DELHI—French aircraft manufacturer Dassault Aviation plans to jointly build military and civil aircraft in India with Reliance Aerostructure Ltd. Reliance Aerostructure holds 51% equity in the new joint venture, called Dassault Reliance Aerospace Ltd. (DRAL), while the remaining equity is held...

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