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offset,

n a deduction; a counterclaim; a contrary claim or demand by which a given claim may be lessened or cancelled.
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Moreover, it behooves a foreign vendor to ensure that the offset works as intended, as failure can cause reputational damage, globally, and the loss of follow-on contracts, locally.
Yet, such outcomes are not guaranteed, prompting policy questions as to whether offset works in the manner intended.
The Indian case hints that offset policy ambition may diverge from reality.
Another commonly held offset objective, skill-generation, has also proved difficult to achieve in practice.
Creation of fresh manufacturing capacity via offset deals can be problematical, though.
The above review of the broad array of studies on offset performance highlights that whilst there are drawbacks to offset, there are also benefits.
of an offset arrangement, the main defense sale may also not occur for a
and McDonnell-Douglas, Korean offset demands escalated from thirty
offset requirements, bribes to gain offset business, and bribes to
costing billions of dollars, much of the offset work incentivizing these
of defense offsets raises a suspicion that offset incentives contain
Another driver of offset corruption is the competitive nature of