Tight Malaysian Finances Raise Saab Gripen Chances

Four years ago, Malaysia issued a brief request for proposals for fighters. With the two primary parts of its territory separated by the South China Sea, the country wanted twin-engine aircraft, eliminating the economical option of the Saab Gripen. But crude oil, a key factor supporting the national...

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