NEW DELHI — Indian defense companies favor raising the maximum stake that foreign companies can hold in defense joint ventures in India, according to a recent survey. International investors continue to shy away from India’s defense manufacturing sector owing to the Indian government’s limitations on foreign direct investment (FDI), which caps the stake international companies can hold at 26%. These companies have called for raising the cap to 49%. A survey by the Confederation ...
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