Make In India; US defence firms don’t want to part with proprietary tech

US defence firms offering to set up production lines in India to win deals worth billions of dollars want stronger assurances they won’t have to part with proprietary technology, according to a business lobby group’s letter to India’s defence minister. These companies are also saying they shouldn’t be held liable for defects in products manufactured in collaboration with local partners under Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s Make-in-India’s drive to build a military industrial base. [amazon_link asins=’B0725CGSB1,B0725CDF3N,B071NPH9RZ,B0713ZQRSB’ template=’ProductGrid’ store=’clipper28-21′ marketplace=’IN’ link_id=’f9138666-9ea8-11e7-8360-b7b1de6db116′]Lockheed Martin and Boeing are both bidding to supply combat jets to India’s military, which is running short of hundreds of aircraft as it retires Soviet-era MiG planes, and its own three-decade long effort to produce a domestic jet is hobbled by delays.

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