A deal with Dassault Aviation for 126 Rafale
fighters is on course, with India's Ambassador to France telling journalists
he expects to see the deal concluded in three-four months -- pretty much in line with what the Indian Air Force projects
. Wire agency reports quote Ambassador Rakesh Sood as saying that negotiations between Dassault and the Indian MoD's contract negotiation committee (CNC) had moved "slower than expected", but that he was looking at a three-four month timeframe for the deal to be concluded.
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