The lifting of U.S. sanctions has prompted Indian defense officials to cast a wider net as they look for foreign manufacturing partners to develop a military industrial base. Unlike their neighbor, China, the Indians aren't seeking self-sufficiency, although their goals include an export capability and the prospect of tapping their own huge labor pool to produce 70% of their own weapons systems, Defense Minister George Fernandes said at this month's Aero India, the nation's fourth ...


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