India Bans Six Defense Companies

NEW DEHLI — In the wake of a bribery scandal, India has banned six defense firms, including four international vendors, from doing business in the country for the next 10 years, hurting the army’s plans to acquire ultra light howitzers (ULH) for its artillery units. “The firms were recommended for...

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