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Federal Register Highlights - 12/16/14

Unpublished, time-sensitive, and proposed rules for December 16, 2014:

PROPOSED RULE: The Agricultural Marketing Service (AMS) is proposing to amend the regulatory language to designate which bona fide cotton spot markets will be used to determine actual commercial differences in value for various grades above or below the basic rate in the settlement of World cotton futures contracts on the Intercontinental Exchange (ICE). 1,475 more words

FAA

Dassault Aviation and Wallan Aviation Extend Relationship With New Falcon 5X Agreement

Dassault Aviation has announced the sale of a Falcon 5X ultra-wide body twin jet to Wallan Aviation, the prominent Middle East general aviation company. The 5,200 nm 5X will be delivered in 2018 and Wallan Aviation will operate the aircraft for the company’s own use with the option to charter. 679 more words

Aviation

French-Indian Rafale deal to wrap up in 'months': French minister

View of the assembly line of the Rafale jet fighter in the factory of French aircraft manufacturer Dassault Aviation in Merignac near Bordeaux, southwestern France, January 10, 2014. 236 more words

India and France to push ahead with Rafale jet deal | Reuters

The French and Indian defence ministers agreed on Monday to overcome any differences and finalise the sale of 126 fighter jets to India in a deal worth an estimated $15 billion, the Indian defence ministry said. 190 more words

Politics

The Dassault Rafale

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The Dassault Rafale is a French twin-engined delta-wing highly agile multi-role fighter aircraft designed and built by Dassault Aviation. The Rafale is being produced both for land-based use with the french Air Force and for carrier-based naval operations with the French Navy. 34 more words

Aircraft

Unmanned jet fighters move closer to reality as BAE and Dassault sign £120m joint research contract

Preparing for the Future of Combat Aerospace. Work Commences on €150m/£120m Two Year French-UK Study Contracts for Next Generation Combat Aircraft.

Dassault Aviation, BAE Systems and their industrial partners have been awarded a €150m/£120m contract by the French and UK governments for a two year co-operative Future Combat Air System (FCAS) Feasibility Phase study, formally signaling the start of work.  574 more words

Military Aviation