BENGALURU, India — Indian officials see the offset provision in its future defense contracts as an ideal vehicle to forge partnerships with U.S. industries, establishing a long-term supply chain not only for the country but for global markets. This was the general tone prevailing at the one-day, high-level meeting in Bengalaru between U.S. defense buyers and suppliers and various Indian aerospace companies organized by the American Chamber of Commerce in India (Aerospace DAILY, Oct. ...
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