UAE quits Eurofighter Typhoon discussions with BAE

In what may be a devastating move for the3 UK’s defence industry, the United Arab Emirates (UAE) has pulled out of talks with BAE Systems over the deal to sell 60 Eurofighter Typhoon fighter jets. BAE has been in discussions with the UAE for some time along with competitors Dassault and Boeing who are offering the Rafale and F/A-18 respectively. UK Prime Minister David Cameron has personally backed the deal and even led a number of delegations to promote the Typhoon to the UAE governmen...
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