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India moves to limit middlemen in contracts

by: Matthew Potter
August 22, 2008

Category: Boeing, D'Assault, EADS, FMS, India, Lockheed Martin, MiG, Military Aviation, production program, Proposal, SAAB | RSS 2.0

India already loosened their offset requirements leading to progress on the new fighter contract. Now the government moved to limit the use of Indian representatives or “agents” in helping the foreign companies with their bid. The six teams that submitted proposals are moving to line up Indian companies to support their fabrication and delivery of the aircraft. By limiting these agents the Indian government hopes to make the process more open and increase the ability of non-Indian companies to use their industry.

See Central Chronicle for more.

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