RIO DE JANEIRO – The high cost and ambitious scope of two Brazilian military projects – the co-development and production of Saab JAS 39E/F Gripen fighters and the construction of five submarines, the last of them nuclear-powered – will lead to delays in the launching of other major projects, such as the renewal of Brazil’s surface fleet and the SisGAAz ocean and littoral surveillance system, according to industry executives at the LAAD defense and security show ...

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