ANALYSIS: Seoul’s F-X III backdown raises thorny questions about competition

Eurofighter Typhoon, F-35 JSF & F-15 Silent Eagle

Seoul’s decision to re-tender the F-X III competition for 60 fighters raises questions about the viability of a revised process, and greatly enhances the Lockheed Martin F-35’s chances of securing the deal.

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