Cobham Creating Subsidiary In India

December 2009
Defense Daily;12/8/2009, Vol. 244 Issue 45, p9
Market Research Report
The article reports that British defense system developer Cobham PLC is planning to open a subsidiary in India in 2010 to establish closer relations with its key customers and business partners. According to Andy Stevens who will take over as chief executive officer (CEO) of Cobham in January 2010, they will establish structures and processes to ensure that they are well positioned to respond to defense offset commitments in India.


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