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F-21 won‘t be sold to anyone if IAF buys it: Lockheed

Tuesday, December 3, 2019   (0 Comments)

By Contributor  |  December 3, 2019  |  Stock Daily Dish

 

Lockheed, which has a longstanding relationship of 25 years with India, unveiled the F-21 during the Aero India show in Bengaluru in February, saying it will address the Indian Air Force‘s unique requirements. 

Photograph: Kind courtesy Lockheed Martin

United States aerospace giant Lockheed Martin says it will not sell its newly rolled out F-21 fighter jet to any other country if India places an order for 114 planes, a move aimed at pitching itself ahead of its US, European and Russian competitors for the mega deal.

Vivek Lall, vice president of Strategy and Business Development for Lockheed Martin, says if F-21 wins the contract, then India will also be integrated into the company‘s global fighter ecosystem, which is a USD 165 billion dollar market. READ MORE...


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