NEW DELHI — With India’s emphasis on growing its indigenous defense industry, open competitions are drawing promises of co-production. Emphasizing the ongoing U.S. push to share more technology with India, Raytheon is competing to sell several missile defense systems to its air force and army. That includes offering its Hawk XXI for the army’s ongoing competition for up to 1,500 short-range surface-to-air missiles. Raytheon’s pitch is to allow India to tailor technology insertions to ...
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