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, No 14, Monday 23rd July, 2012

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MAIN HEADLINES FROM THIS ISSUE:

  • Indonesia’s offset policy trapped by red tape

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    The Indonesian MoD has still not released official details of its new offset policy. A number of problems in formalising offset procedures, including bureaucratic red-tape, continue to delay publication…. The future offset policy will oblige foreign suppliers to…

  • Morocco demands more industrial participation – with a policy that lacks detail

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    Morocco is increasingly inserting industrial participation clauses into international tenders for both military and civil purchases. … the requirement is mandatory when mentioned in the RfP and points will be allocated as part of the qualification criteria. 

  • European Commission says one quarter of Member States have yet to fully transpose the directive

    The European Commission has informed CTO that seven member states face possible infringement proceedings. They are….

  • Bombardier adopts new approach to Chinese market

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    Bombardier is trying a new approach to gaining further access to China’s rail market. The company plans to sell the blueprints as well as build the trains. 

  • Value of offset obligations to reach $500bn by 2016

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    A study by Avascent, a Washington DC-based service provider, suggests that governments will have imposed about $500bn worth of global offset obligations on foreign aerospace and defence companies through 2016.   

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