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Amid Rafale controversy, manufacturer Dassault Aviation releases statement, says it 'freely chose to partner with Reliance Group'

Firstpost Thursday, 11 October 2018
Amidst the Rafale fighter jet deal controversy in India, Dassault Aviation, the company manufacturing the aircraft has come out with an official statement clarifying on the pact with the Indian government.
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