“We believe the Eurofighter is still there,” Eurofighter CEO Enzo Casolini said at a Press briefing in Abu Dhabi. “We are on standby, in case they come back to us.”
India started exclusive talks with France’s Dassault Aviation for an order of 126 Rafale jets worth $10 billion in January 2012, over the competing British-backed Typhoon.
However, more than a year later, the two sides still have yet to sign a final contract because of disagreements over the cost of building them in India. The Typhoon was developed by a consortium of BAE, Finmeccanica of Italy and Eads.
Events to be staged at the DWTC, comprising diverse sectors including construction, energy, technology, beauty, food, healthcare, environment and automotive, will mark the emirate’s post-pandemic economic recovery
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