Manila to acquire BrahMos cruise missiles for $375 million

Contract for over 24 missiles marks India's largest-ever weapons export


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New Delhi
The signing of a $375-million contract with the Philippines on Friday for the supply of 24-30 BrahMos cruise missiles in the anti-ship configuration constitutes India’s largest-ever weapons sale abroad.

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First Published: Jan 29 2022 | 0:31 AM IST

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