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Saab forecasts sales increase despite orders' dip

15th November 2018 - 16:16 GMT | by Tim Martin in London

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Saab is confident its contribution to major defence programmes and its associated order potential will lead to the company delivering a 5% increase in sales growth per year, despite figures indicating a reduced order book.

From January to September 2018, the company recorded 17 orders, a 29% fall on the same period last year. 

However, the 5% target, released by the company during a capital markets event on 15 November, is largely underpinned by four of the Swedish manufacturer's flagship projects across the air and sea domains. 

These consist of the future fighter Gripen E platform; the Boeing partnered fifth

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