Third list of defence items ban for import by Indian government

Indian Government Releases Third List Of Defence Items To Ban

Indian Government Releases Third List Of Defence Items To Ban: Defence minister Mr.Rajnath Singh on 8th April released the third list of 101 defence items to ban over the next 5 years to boost self-reliance in defence manufacturing. The list contains military systems and equipment such as sensors, patrol vessels,52…
Ban on Defence Imports

Ban of Defence Imports: Unleashing Opportunities for MSMEs

Taking another giant leap towards self-reliance, the Ministry of Defence recently announced second list of 108 defence products adding to the previous list of 101 products banned for imports for defence industry. As per the Ministry of Defence, the decision would boost the indigenisation and strengthen partnerships between public and…
Low Cost Advantage

Beyond offsets: From Low Cost Advantage To Global Market Entry

Indian companies planning to grow using defence offsets can leverage this opportunity for entering the global aerospace & defence business and create a sustainable competitive advantage by strategizing beyond parochial boundaries of domestic business. Excitement has been prevailing since DPP 2005 was formulated and defence offsets were defined. Since then,…
Aerospace & defence projects

Innovation in Aerospace & Defense (A&D) Industry

The Aerospace & Defense industry has been a key sector for driving innovations globally. It has instigated innovations that have broader implications and in many cases have affected day-to-day life in a positive manner. AI, GPS navigation, commercial aircraft, and satellites are few examples of innovations that have made colossal…

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