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, No 14, Monday 27th July, 2015

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MAIN HEADLINES FROM THIS ISSUE:

  • India: Eternal recommendations continue to land on Parrikar’s desk

    The importance of being earnest has not occurred to India’s defence offset policymakers. As proposals and drafts bumble along, offset practice has become a grisly business with plenty of advice and little action.
    India’s “Committee of Experts for Amendment of DPP-2013,” chaired by former Home Secretary Dhirendra Singh, has now prepared a cock-eyed construct for Defence Minister Manohar Parrikar…..

  • SQUIRM OF THE YEAR AWARD GOES TO ‘MAKE IN INDIA’

    Consulting firm Frost & Sullivan has selected the government of India for an award in recognition of the “outstanding contribution” of the ‘Make in India’ program’s “vision and implementation excellence.”

  • The defence directive: The EDA and the EC are vying for advantage – “But at least they are playing the game”

    Behind the triumphant words of press releases about the “harmonisation” of defence procurement in the EU, Defence Directive 2009/81/EU leaves many issues “flexibly unclear” and many questions unanswered. Dr Aris Georgopoulos argues: “The role of the EDA remains crucial.”

  • “EC USED DEBT ISSUE TO CLAMP DOWN ON GREECE’S IP ASPIRATIONS”

    “The European Commission is angry with Greece not only because of the debt repayment question, but also Greece’s recent attempts to secure participation for local companies in a government-to-government agreement with the U.S. for the €500m upgrade of the P3 Orion surveillance aircraft.”

  • Korean professor says technology transfer for the F-35s looks impossible

    The United States’ reluctance to transfer core fighter jet technology is likely to derail South Korea’s KF-X project to build indigenous combat planes, said Choi Jong-kun, a Professor of Politics at Yonsei University.
    “Given the data from DAPA, the transfer of critical technology we wanted and we expected to get seems impossible……”

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