Addressing the tax incentive structure is a major challenge for India if it is too meet its goal of stimulating the MRO sector, according to an industry observer. A strategy blueprint released recently, endorsed by the government, recommends ways India can expand the local aviation industry. The study noted that 90% of Indian airline MRO is outsourced to other countries, and it set an ambitious goal of reversing that ratio so that 90% is carried out in India. However, the current tax ...

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