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Nigeria Spends $251M for Chinese F-7 Fighters After Oil Deals

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J-7 with weapons Reuters reports that Nigeria’s government has approved a $251 million purchase of 15 fighter and trainer aircraft from China, further strengthening ties between the two countries after a series of significant oil deals. The 12 F-7NI multi-role combat aircraft and three FT-7NI trainer aircraft and associated equipment will be bought from China’s […]

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