NEW DELHI, July 27- India signed a contract on Wednesday to buy four maritime spy planes from Boeing Co for about $1 billion, defence and industry sources said, aiming to bolster the navy as it tries to check China's presence in the Indian Ocean. India has already deployed eight of the long-range P-8I aircraft to track submarine movements in the Indian Ocean and on... » Read More
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