Tata group won’t get into aviation business: Ratan Tata
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"For several years, the fact that we had sanctions of various sorts on us, gave us no access to technology and that in itself was a challenge."
However, that challenge was never thrown to the private sector which was a "bit of a disappointment to me", Tata said.
Vested interests in the public sector and government laboratories do not not give these areas to the private sector. Therefore, while these areas have been opened up, the private sector's involvement is still very limited, he said.