Dassault Denies Agreement on FCAS

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Dassault Denies Agreement on FCAS
On Friday, the French group, Dassault Aviation, denied an agreement with Airbus to develop on next phase of industrial development for the future FCAS project, as French Prime Minister Elisabeth Borne had announced a little earlier in Berlin.

Speaking at a joint press conference with German Chancellor Olaf Scholz, Elisabeth Borne reported an agreement between the two groups during a trip to Germany. The deal was considered the green light for the next step. According to the statement, France would be in a general supervision position, and Airbus would take all the industrial share.

Asked by Reuters, a spokesperson for Dassault denied these remarks by saying, “It’s not done.”

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