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Swedish defence major Saab to hold meetings with Indian companies for manufacturing Gripen E aircraft
Business

Swedish defence major Saab to hold meetings with Indian companies for manufacturing Gripen E aircraft

Palmberg said Saab has been holding continuous discussions with the company's international partners and suppliers and with the Indian companies.

Ericsson CEO Borje Ekholm to announce retirement after three year stint: Report
News & Analysis

Ericsson CEO Borje Ekholm to announce retirement after three year stint: Report

Ekholm was picked to steer the company through one of its deepest crises, which has included soft markets, intense competition

Aero India 2019: Lockheed Martin, Tata arm to jointly produce F-21 fighter jet locally; unveil model for India
Business

Aero India 2019: Lockheed Martin, Tata arm to jointly produce F-21 fighter jet locally; unveil model for India

The F-21 provides "unmatched" Make in India opportunities and strengthens India's path to an advanced airpower future, the firm said.

Saab proposes to make 96 Gripen jets in India to win IAF deal; likely to set up plant in Bengaluru or Hyderabad
Business

Saab proposes to make 96 Gripen jets in India to win IAF deal; likely to set up plant in Bengaluru or Hyderabad

Saab has tied up with resources conglomerate Adani Group to sell the single-engine planes to fulfill the condition of bidders having an Indian partner to be considered for the order.

Make in India: Lockheed Martin to make wings for F-16 jet in India with local partner Tata Advanced Systems
Business

Make in India: Lockheed Martin to make wings for F-16 jet in India with local partner Tata Advanced Systems

Producing F-16 wings in India will strengthen Lockheed Martin’s strategic partnership with Tata and support Make in India,”

IAF to start process of acquiring single engine fighter jets; air chief BS Dhanoa says new fleet of planes is a priority
India

IAF to start process of acquiring single engine fighter jets; air chief BS Dhanoa says new fleet of planes is a priority

Indian Air Force will start the process in October to acquire a fleet of single engine fighter jets which are expected to enhance its overall strike capability.

Saab to join hands with Adani to manufacture Gripen fighter jets in India
Business

Saab to join hands with Adani to manufacture Gripen fighter jets in India

Saab and Adani group announced a collaboration in defence manufacturing entailing billions of dollars of investment, mainly eyeing a contract for single-engine fighter jets for the Indian Air Force

India initiates Rs 70,000 cr mega underwater defence deal to build six advanced submarines
India

India initiates Rs 70,000 cr mega underwater defence deal to build six advanced submarines

The defence ministry has initiated an estimated Rs 70,000 crore defence underwater deal to build six advanced stealth submarines

Tata-Lockheed Martin F-16 deal is boost to Make in India, but it'll be a while before IAF is bolstered
India

Tata-Lockheed Martin F-16 deal is boost to Make in India, but it'll be a while before IAF is bolstered

United States' Lockheed Martin has tied up with Tata Advanced Defence System Limited to establish a local production facility for F-16 fighter jets for IAF.

Make in India: Indian companies to work with foreign firms to make submarines, jets for defence
Business

Make in India: Indian companies to work with foreign firms to make submarines, jets for defence

Under the "Strategic Partnership" model, the government will shortlist and then pick Indian companies to join forces with foreign firms.

India offers to buy 200 foreign fighter planes, if they are made in India
India

India offers to buy 200 foreign fighter planes, if they are made in India

In a bid to modernise the Indian Air Force, India has reached out to foreign aircraft manufactures with offers to buy 200 fighter planes as long as the jets are made in India and with a local partner

Ericsson may hire its new CEO from outside the telecom industry
News & Analysis

Ericsson may hire its new CEO from outside the telecom industry

Struggling mobile networks giant Ericsson could try to hire a chief executive with no track record in the telecoms industry after looking beyond the obvious candidates, a source familiar with the matter said.

HAL seeks Swedish Saab support to upgrade Tejas fighter jets
India

HAL seeks Swedish Saab support to upgrade Tejas fighter jets

A high-level team from Saab will arrive in India next week to carry forward the discussion.

2016 Defexpo India: Ashok Leyland unveils FAT 6X6 and Rhino 4X4
Auto

2016 Defexpo India: Ashok Leyland unveils FAT 6X6 and Rhino 4X4

The company is also showcasing the Ambulance 4X4 at the 9th edition of the Defexpo

Sweden proposes to build Gripen under 'Make in India' as France falters on Rafale
Business

Sweden proposes to build Gripen under 'Make in India' as France falters on Rafale

A defence ministry official said the Swedes had shown interest in a range of military hardware, not just aircraft, including shipyards in India where the next generation of warships and submarines will be built for the navy.

Fighter jet makers eye Indian riches after scaled-back French deal
Business

Fighter jet makers eye Indian riches after scaled-back French deal

Sweden's Saab and US Lockheed Martin are set to re-pitch their Gripen and F-16 planes, eliminated in the Rafale tender, as the kind of lighter, single-engine aircraft that Defence Minister Manohar Parrikar said on Monday the air force needed to rebuild its fleet.

M&M eyeing Saab: But is the company's M&A strategy working?
Corporate

M&M eyeing Saab: But is the company's M&A strategy working?

M&M is close to striking a deal with the parent company (NEVS) of Swedish carmaker Saab, according to a recent Dow Jones report

Saving Saab: Is Mahindra and Mahindra the Swedish carmaker's saviour?
Corporate

Saving Saab: Is Mahindra and Mahindra the Swedish carmaker's saviour?

While reports in the European have said that the Asian buyer of the Swedish carmaker is Mahindra and Mahindra, the Indian automaker has stayed mum on the development so far.<br />

Smoke but no fire in Wikileaks’ allegations against Rajiv Gandhi
India

Smoke but no fire in Wikileaks’ allegations against Rajiv Gandhi

For all the fuss about leaked diplomatic cables suggesting then Prime Minister Rajiv Gandhi fronted for Swedish jet manufacturer Saab, careful reading shows they actually tell us that much. Not a little consists of the kind of gossip and innuendo that swirls around all business deals-mostly ill-founded.

China's biomass tycoon buys Saab in bid to make green cars
Business

China's biomass tycoon buys Saab in bid to make green cars

Being linked to the acquisition of Saab's car making assets could help bring China's State Grid electricity utility a step closer toward its long-sought goal of breaking into the electric vehicle market.