Austria says Magna got business from Eurofighter deal


VIENNA, Nov 27 (Reuters) - Industrialist turned politician Frank Stronach's Magna International did 350 million euros ($454 million) in business related to a controversial Eurofighter deal, Austria's economy minister said. Austria decided in 2003 to buy EADS Eurofighter jets rather than competing planes from Lockheed Martin or Saab, and prosecutors are now investigating allegations that bribery influenced the decision. As part of the agreement, EADS had to ...

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