30 Aug '15, 7pm

Barriers Impede Revival of Indian Vehicle Project

"Too much emphasis in the assessment of DAs has been laid on commercial and technical criteria which should have already been taken into account during the feasibility study conducted for short-listing companies as potential DAs. Repeating the same criteria for final selection is a faulty method and only places emphasis on the size of the company and the defense contracts executed earlier, even if such contracts have little in common with the FICV," said Khutub Hai , retired Indian Army brigadier general and managing director of Firmbase Consulting.

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