Corruption Alleged Against Hikvision Procurement In India

By John Honovich, Published May 28, 2018, 09:11am EDT

Over the past month, allegations of corruption and national security risk have made the news in India over the planned purchase of 150,000 Hikvision cameras, such as:

In this note, we examine the conflict, contrast it to the US government's actions and the impact to Hikvision.

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Doing business in India requires the greasing of the palms of those in control.

Something Hikvision knows too well and very much fits into their mentality of how they like to do business so it would seem, guess they are all learning from Saudi Arabia!! :-)

They put their fees directly on invoices!

 

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What do you expect from a country that has a red letter day 

an envelope stuffed with cash that encourages this type of behaviour 

then they stand around pointing the finger about bribery

 

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The funniest statement “You will need to make Ghandi smile twice”.  His image is on Indian currency.

 

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