Malaysia Signs New Defence Contracts

The Malaysian government signed defence contracts valued at MYR341.79 million (US$D106.77 million) at the Defence Services Asia (DSA) 2010 Exhibition and Conference in Kuala Lumpur on the 20th April. It also issued several letters of acceptance and letters of intent at the event. A total of eight contracts were signed, the largest being an MYR128.5 million deal with DCNS of France for the supply of Scorpene submarine navigation safety systems, combat systems, sensors and periscope simulat...
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