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, No 8, Monday 26th April, 2021

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MAIN HEADLINES FROM THIS ISSUE:

  • U.S. congressional panel hears call to stop China’s forced technology transfer

    The U.S. has to take a results-oriented approach towards China that holds Beijing to specific goals that include a lowering of its “forced technology transfer and IP theft”, and the opening of its digital markets.
    Those are the recommendations of Nigel Cory, Associate Director of Trade Policy at the Information Technology and Innovation Foundation. The rules are deliberately “restrictive” and “ambiguous”…

  • Poland seeks local build with foreign “know how” on Miecznik frigate programme

    Poland expects foreign contractors on the country’s “Miecznik” naval programme to build three frigate-class warships in the country. The government will send public procurement notices about the acquisition of the vessels to the Polish defence industry but local companies will receive support from the foreign partner to join the construction of the ships.

  • Greece: Industry CEO calls on government to implement 30 percent quota for new frigate requirement

    The CEO of Intracom Defense, a leading Greek defence electronics and communications company, has called on the Greek government to demand industrial participation for at least 30 percent of purchase contract value for the new frigate requirement. He said the procurement presents golden opportunities for local companies to acquire knowledge in areas including…

  • Iran struggles to barter oil and gas for Chinese jets

    China is reported to be balking at Iran’s request to pay with oil and gas for China’s J-10C lightweight fighter jets. Tehran has expressed an interest in purchasing the aircraft since the lifting of a UN arms embargo in October 2020.

  • UK and India “should collaborate on aerospace and naval technology”

    A report from the UK-India Business Council calls for the two countries to collaborate on technology and development in aerospace platforms and naval vessels. The council said that it had made 34 recommendations to India’s Defence Acquisition Procedure (DAP) 2020, including 22 “related to the important aspect of offsets.”

AND LOT'S MORE...

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