INDRA


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INDRAIndonesian Debt Restructuring Agency
INDRAInstitute for Development Research Amsterdam (Netherlands)
INDRAInterior Natural Desert Reclamation and Afforestation
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Indra, you are a mentor + inspiration to so many, myself included.
Indra's radar will also include the delivery of other associated equipment such as Indra's AirDef (an advanced air defence command and control system).
With both companies' complimentary technology solutions, and the geographical presence of the two companies, this acquisition significantly improves Indra's overall position in this global market.
"The partnership with Indra will further strengthen our portfolio in a wide range of sectors, enhancing our digital solutions and allowing our customers to benefit from the best technologies and make better-informed decisions."
Etisalat signed a teaming agreement with Indra to further develop innovative solutions and accelerate its business across these multiple industries.
"To have someone of Indra 's calibre is fantastic news for the global game - she is frequently recognized as one of the most influential people in business today, running one of the world's biggest corporations," he added.
Reflecting on Nooyi's appointment, ICC Chairman Shashank Manohar said, "We are delighted to welcome Indra to the ICC.
The acquisition of 84,012 common shares in Indra Philippines Inc.
Leading Spanish infrastructure and technology solution consultation company, Indra, has affirmed it has been invited to participate in a Ministry of Transportation bid to take part in the second phase of the smart card machine project in the first and second metro lines.
As President of Aquacai USA[R], I am honored to have MJ and her team at Indra PR represent our growing brand,” says Byfield.
First North-listed CybAero has now delivered the last helicopter to Spanish IT group Indra. CybAero and Indra entered into an agreement in 2009 that has included helicopter systems with the capability to take off and land from ships.