Indonesia Resumes Paying For KF-X Development

Credit: KAI
KUALA LUMPUR, SEOUL— After a two-year delay, Indonesia has resumed paying for development of the KF-X, according to the fighter’s manufacturer, Korean Aerospace Industries (KAI). Indonesia’s defense ministry paid 132 billion won ($118 million) on Jan. 2, the company said. The payment is part of...

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