Boeing believes its prospects in selling its F-15 Silent Eagle to South Korea are strong, despite some sources suggesting Lockheed Martin is in the lead for the country's fighter contract. "We're confident in the bid that we've provided. It's an affordable bid and also a very capable bid," said Dennis Muilenburg, Boeing's defense division president and CEO. South Korea is expected to make a decision on the $7.4 billion deal within weeks.
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