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India Rafale scandal: government denies tax exemption given for fighter jet sales

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France waived millions of euros in taxes for a company owned by an Indian businessman Anil Ambani four years ago as the two countries were negotiating a military jet deal, French newspaper Le Monde reported Saturday. India denied any link between the tax exemption and the 8.7 billion euro fighter jet deal. FRANCE 24's Mandakini Gahlot has the latest on the scandal and its reverberations as India's election gets underway.

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