Brazil, Saab In Discussion To Allow Gripen Technology Transfer

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  • 12:44 PM, February 24, 2014
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Brazil is in talks with Saab for transfer of  Gripen technology which allows local manufacture and development of the fighters jets, according to Prensa Latina.

Marco Antonio Raupp, Brazil’s Minister of Science, Technology and Innovation, met Hakan Buskhe, President and CEO, Saab last week to discuss about initiating technology transfer and co-operation between Brazilian and Swedish defence companies.

The minister talked about a national program called "Science without borders", which will be an important tool to create the new technology for Gripen NG manufacturing process.

"The intention is to combine our interests for strengthening the partnership", said Mr. Raupp.

 

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