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, No 6, Monday 26th March, 2012

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MAIN HEADLINES FROM THIS ISSUE:

  • DAPA: “We will blacklist Eurocopter”

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    South Korea’s DAPA is threatening to blacklist Eurocopter. The company, says DAPA, is refusing to close an offset agreement for a follow-through purchase under the KHDP. A senior DAPA source told CTO: “We are so upset with them we are taking steps to possibly bar them from all arms procurement.”

  • Italy’s post-directive policy is emerging

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    Italy’s industrial participation policy remains under review pending changes to comply with Directive 2009/81/EC. We are told it will be several months before they are ready. Some details, however, are already emerging…..

  • Slovenia prepares new guidelines – multipliers are both up and down

    Slovenia’s Ministry of Economic Affairs has submitted new draft offset guidelines for approval by the National Assembly…

  • Nigeria to base ‘industrial partnership’ policy on the South African model

    Foreign companies benefiting from lucrative public sector contracts and the nation’s massive market will have to start setting up factories to manufacture some equipment in Nigeria.

AND LOT'S MORE...

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