, No 20, Monday 22nd October, 2018

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MAIN HEADLINES FROM THIS ISSUE:

  • Taiwan delays changes to offset guidelines

    The US-Taiwan Business Council has convinced the Taiwanese authorities to delay the release of its new industrial cooperation policy. Prime contractors had raised concerns about the forthcoming changes. A Taiwanese MoD official is scheduled to speak about the industrial cooperation policy at a symposium in…

  • Ukraine revises offset policy, expands variable quotas

    Ukraine’s cabinet of ministers has adjusted the country’s offset quotas and separated them into three categories instead of two. The quotas vary with the purchasing sector and are set as a percentage of the acquisition costs in the main contract.

  • Oman rolls out global veterans to inspire a prominent domestic audience

    The Omani Authority for Partnership for Development (OAPFD) has held a three-day offset symposium in the country. The programme included two days of customised offset training for officers from local ministries and agencies, as well as presentations from a number of notable international figures in the industry. Oman currently has seven development projects under way, and eleven projects in the pre-operation phase.

  • World Bank to receive legal framework document for offsets next month

    The European Club for Countertrade and Offset’s chair, Chantal Dagnaud, will present the final version of the proposed model law on offsets at the Law, Justice and Development symposium. The model is meant to establish a globally acceptable legal framework for offsets. Interested parties are still invited to submit proposals for changes to the draft text.

  • Dassault: “Reliance will only receive around 10 percent of the total offset value”

    Éric Trappier, Dassault Aviation’s CEO, has sought to clear the air regarding controversial offsets for the 36 Rafale jets sold to India. In a translated interview published on Dassault’s website, Mr Trappier claimed that Reliance Aerospace will only receive around 10 percent of the total offset value.

AND LOT'S MORE...

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