India introduces policies to support further growth in defence exports


Key Points

  • India’s Ministry of Defence continues to introduce policies and measures to drive military exports
  • Statistics announced by the MoD earlier this year suggest the strategy is having a positive effect

The Indian Ministry of Defence (MoD) has introduced another round of procedures and guidelines to support increases in defence exports.

The latest series of policies provide guidance to Indian companies in engaging with foreign agents, measures to accelerate the signposting of export opportunities, and encouraging local industry to engage directly with export customers.

These measures are expected to be followed up by a policy that will allow the MoD to export Indian military equipment to “friendly” countries at discounted prices. Read more

You may also read!

Pakistan reviving days of Kashmir militancy by pushing Afghan terrorists into India: Intel

A chapter from Kashmir’s bloody militancy days is likely to make a comeback, with intelligence reports suggesting that Pakistan

Read More...

How Beijing is thinking about regional and global security

Last month, China came out with its tenth white paper on defence, China’s National Defense in the New Era, laying

Read More...

Red Horns Division of Army organizes NoKs and Veterans’ Conclave in Kokrajhar

A NoKs and Veterans’ Conclave was conducted by the unit of the Red Horns Division of the army at

Read More...

Mobile Sliding Menu