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EADS Increases Integration Into India

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While recent announcements of stealth investment by Russia’s government have been grabbing the headlines, EADS is quietly making some noteworthy moves elsewhere. On August 29, 2006, CEO Tom Enders highlighted a wide-ranging set of initiatives in India. One was the registration of 100% subsidiary EADS India Private Ltd. to lead the development of EADS Group businesses in India. Another was the EADS Technology Centre India, bringing EADS subsidiaries and their Indian partners under the same roof for engineering and information technology services. Operations are expected to begin in the second quarter of 2007 and the entire campus will be inaugurated in early 2008. It will include the Airbus Engineering Centre, focused on high-end engineering analysis and design and scheduled to begin operations in early 2007. Nor was that all… * An Indian sourcing office with branches in New Delhi and Bangalore, to be operational by the end of 2006. Aerospace outsourcing to India is definitely a trend, and EADS cites India’s own shifting of parts manufacture from a limited number of state-run industries to the private sector as an important precursor. * Estimated creation of 2,000 jobs and investment across these initiatives of INR 11,000 crore (EUR 2 billion, $) […]

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