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The GPPB and the would-have-been-PAF Fennec helicopters

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The GPPB and the would-have-been-PAF Fennec helicopters

Post by adroth on Sat Dec 15, 2012 12:36 am

Sir, what's the GPPB's side of the PAF Fennec helicopter story? Reportedly the GPPB took too long to deliberate over the PAF's intent to buy French helicopters that were part of a sale to Pakistan that had been cancelled. France was looking for alternate buyers, and the Philippines would have been it. The process started in June, GPPB approval wasn't granted until November, by which time Pakistan had revived the purchase . . . and the PAF was left holding the bag.

Why did the decision take six months?

What could both sides of the equation, GPPB and DND, have done better?
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