October 07 2019
The Indian government has decided to prohibit a Turkish shipyard from participating in a program to build new fleet support ships for the navy, reports Defense News. India’s state-owned Hindustan Shipyard had selected Anadolu Shipyard as its partner for a US$2 billion program to build five support ships. The Turkish firm would have been involved in overseeing construction, detailed manufacturing, engineering, selecting equipment, quality assurance and other tasks, meaning a...
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