Two decades after Israel and India established diplomatic relations, Israel is India’s second-largest arms supplier behind Russia, with bilateral arms trade over the past decade estimated at $10 billion.  Israeli companies established a foothold in India through joint ventures. Their partners at first were public-sector majors such as Hindustan Aeronautics Ltd. (HAL) and Bharat Electronics. Later, private companies such as Tata, Kalyani and Mahindra Alfa became partners. Among ...

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