Aerospace and Defence publications

Make in India: Achieving self-reliance in defence production

India’s A&D market is among the most attractive globally and the Indian government is keen to leverage this advantage to promote investments in the sector. India ranks among the top 10 countries in the world in terms of its military expenditure and import of defence equipment.

Self-reliance in defence production: The unfinished agenda

The Indian aerospace and defence (A&D) market is among the most attractive globally and the government is keen to leverage this in order to promote investments in the sector. India ranks among the top 10 countries in the world in terms of military expenditure and has established itself as a prime importer of defence equipment.

The holy grail of indigenisation: Achieving self-reliance in defence equipment

The Indian A&D market presents an attractive and significant opportunity for Indian and foreign companies. India allocates about 2.1% of its GDP towards defence spending, of which 40% is allocated to capital acquisitions.

Indian aviation: Spreading its wings

The Indian aerospace and defence (A&D) market is among the most attractive globally and the government is keen on promoting investments. Yet, doing business in India remains a challenge both from demand as well as supply perspectives. In the military sector, there exists uncertainty related to the regulatory regime and an unpredictable demand with frequent cancellation of tenders.