Not Tie-Up With Reliance, Execution Of Offsets Was Necessary For Rafale Deal With India, Says Dassault Official


French portal Mediapart reported late on Wednesday (10 October) that Deputy Chief Executive Officer of Dassault Aviation Loïk Segalen had said in May 2017 that the firm’s joint venture with Anil Ambani’s Reliance was a “condition”, “imperative and obligatory” to get the deal for 36 Rafale aircraft from India.

According to the portal, the official had made the statement during a presentation on the joint venture between Dassault and Reliance Aerospace.

However, it has now emerged that the official may have been talking about the mandatory nature of the offsets and not about the deal with Reliance. Read More

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