Can IBSA Countries Cooperate In Civil Aviation Manufacturing? Managing Ambition with Reality. By CUTS Centre for International Trade, Economics & Environment CUTS International Jaipur E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org. IBSA Initiative: Aerospace Cooperation. The Genesis
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Leading Organisations Involved in Aerospace in India
Supply Side Constraints
Other Crucial Impediments
 Economic Times, 14 December 2004, http://economictimes.indiatimes.com/articleshow/957925.cms (Visited on 22 August 2005)
 ‘Airbus to outsource more work outside Europe’ Reuters, Tokyo, 26 October 2005
 ‘Airbus betting big on Indian IT skill’, Silicon India, 22 June 2005, based on press briefing with Airbus Regional Press Manager David Velupillai.
Cooperation on Regional/Feeder Jets
Problems in Cooperation
HAL expressed interest in the following areas of cooperation with Embraer
SIATI stated that future aerospace cooperation, if envisaged within the IBSA initiative should
Maintenance, Repair and Overhaul