In a dramatic departure from past defense policy, Indian authorities say they will no longer impose blanket bans on armament companies suspected of corruption or bribery. This easing of blacklisting norms will mark the end of a 10-year blanket ban ... Asia Sentinel, 1 week ago
Since the National Democratic Alliance (NDA) began governing in May 2014, two defence ministers, Arun Jaitley and Manohar Parrikar, have promised --- the latter repeatedly --- a blacklisting policy" that penalises arms vendors for corruption; ...Smart Investor, 2 weeks ago India's New Blacklisting Policy for Arms Vendors Falls Short Defense-Aerospace, 1 week ago
The business of war is profitable. In 2011, the 100 largest contractors sold $410 billion in arms and military services. Just 10 of those companies sold over $208 billion. Based on a list of the top 100 arms-producing and military services companies ...Before It's News, 4 weeks ago
Former UK Defence Secretary, Geoff Hoon who was AgustaWestland's international director, has announced his intention to leave the company. In an email to media contacts Monday, Hoon said, After almost six years of working with AgustaWestland, now ...Defense World, 1 month ago
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