Reviewing the Asia-Pacific civil aerospace industry this week, we see the great range of challenges facing managers outside of the world's main aircraft building centers in the Americas and Europe. India's private aerospace industry, only 12 years old, is grappling with the usual problems of a startup in finding skilled people and volume contracts—although local company Dynamatic is succeeding in high-rate production for Airbus while other Indian companies are carving niches in engineering ...
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