Tuesday, February 06, 2007

New Delhi: The US today said it was keen to increase its presence in India's aerospace industry and improve bilateral partnership in this area by even considering setting up of manufacturing bases in the country.
"We are looking at increasing strategic partnership with India in not only aero space but across the entire spectrum of its defence sector. We would also like to set up our manufacturing base in India," Former US Secretary of Defence and Chairman and CEO Cohen Group William S Cohen told reporters here.
Cohen is leading the 24-member US-India Business Council Executive Mission (USIBC) to India for the Aero India 2007 starting in Bangalore from February 7.
India's rising security profile has made the country a significant market for aerospace industry and with sanctions imposed on India post-Pokhran nuclear test gone, major US-based defence suppliers are aiming at establishing a base here.
05/02/07 Chennai Online

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Sunday, January 28, 2007

New Delhi: Air Force Chiefs of 37 countries including the US, the UK and Russia will attend the International Aerospace Power Seminar to be held from February 4 to 5
The theme of the seminar this year is "Aerospace power in tomorrow's world".
After attending the two-day long seminar in New Delhi, the visiting Air Force heads of 37 countries, would proceed to Air Force Station Yelahanka for attending Aero-India 07.
The countries having confirmed their participation are Afghanistan, Australia, Botswana, Canada, Chile, China, Czech Republic, France, Germany, Indonesia, Israel, Italy, Japan, Kazakhistan, Malaysia, Maldives, Mangolia, Myanmar, Netherland, Nigeria, Oman, Philippines, Romania, Russia, Singapore, South Africa, Spain, Sri Lanka, Sweden, Switzerland, Thailand, Turkey, the UAE, the UK, the US, Uzbekistan and Vietnam.
During the two day seminar discussions would be held on various areas, including, emerging geopolitical context of aerospace power; transformation of airpower-translating technology into doctrine, strategy, and application; joint operations-integrating aerospace operation and surface forces, cooperative aerospace operations in future.
26/01/07 ANI/DailyIndia.com, US

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