India will soon craft laws to help simplify the export of its missile systems to cater to the globally competitive weapons market. "A lot of countries have shown keen interest in acquiring the missile systems developed by India," says Avinash Chander, chief of the Defense Research and Development Organization (DRDO). "We have received inquiries for [the] supply of missiles made in India," he says, without naming the countries. The DRDO chief explains that Indian missiles ...

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