Saab gets $768 million order for defence equipment
(Reuters) - The Swedish defence products maker Saab has received an order for defence equipment worth 8 billion Swedish crowns ($767.54 million), the company said on Friday.
Saab had signed a framework agreement with a government of a Western country, it said, with orders for a series of defence systems, including Saab's Carl-Gustaf multi-purpose shoulder launched weapon, RBS 70 NG short-range air defence system and Giraffe 1X radar.
($1 = 10.4229 Swedish crowns) (This story has been refiled to remove picture)
(Reporting by Louise Breusch Rasmussen, editing by Essi Lehto)