India’s economy has seen drastic changes since the liberalization drive began in 1991; among these changes is the opening up of critical infrastructure such as ports, electricity generation as well as oil & gas utilities to private operators. This change along with India’s persisting internal and external security threats and the Bombay Attacks in 2008 has led to a rapid increase in civil security & homeland security spending. This market is expected to grow from USD 8 billion to approximately USD 20 billion by 2020. The increased spending is taking place both in the public as well as the private sector.
The Swedish Civil Security delegation to India aims to meet with key providers of critical infrastructure, as well as the homeland security departments at the State Governments of Maharashtra (Bombay) and Gujarat (Ahmedabad) which are investing heavily in modernizing their state level security such as police force, disaster management, etc.
Areas of special interest for the Indian civil security sector is:
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Björn Savlid E: firstname.lastname@example.org T: +91 11 4606 7111 (direct) M: +91 99019 77026 (India)
Iréne Enström E: email@example.com T: +46 8 588 660 30 M: +46 708 838611
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Björn Savlid E: firstname.lastname@example.org T: +91 11 4606 7111M: +91 99019 77026
Irené Enström E: email@example.com T: +46 8 588 660 30 M: +46 708 838611