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South Korea outlines plan to grow space-defence capability

by Jon Grevatt

South Korea's Defense Acquisition Program Administration (DAPA) has disclosed details about its plan to develop a local defence-related space capability. The plan is linked to a new drive to generate nearly 9,000 defence-industry jobs over the coming decade.

DAPA said on 8 September that the space defence plan includes strategies aimed at boosting technologies, skills, and manufacturing capabilities. The effort is geared towards achieving self-reliance in the space-defence sector over the coming 10 years and is supported by pledged funding of KRW16 trillion (USD13.6 billion).

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South Korea's Defense Acquisition Program Administration (DAPA) has disclosed details about its plan...

South Korea outlines plan to grow space-defence capability

by Jon Grevatt

South Korea's Defense Acquisition Program Administration (DAPA) has disclosed details about its plan to develop a local defence-related space capability. The plan is linked to a new drive to generate nearly 9,000 defence-industry jobs over the coming decade.

DAPA said on 8 September that the space defence plan includes strategies aimed at boosting technologies, skills, and manufacturing capabilities. The effort is geared towards achieving self-reliance in the space-defence sector over the coming 10 years and is supported by pledged funding of KRW16 trillion (USD13.6 billion).


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Australian industry groups urge Canberra to seize submarine capability opportunity

by Jon Grevatt & Jon Grevatt

Australia's leading industrial organisations have welcomed Canberra's decision to procure nuclear-powered submarines through the country's newly announced AUKUS security partnership.

Senior representatives from the Australian Industry & Defence Network (AIDN) and the Australian Industry Group (Ai Group) told Janes on 16 September that the decision represents an opportunity for local industry to develop world-leading submarine capability.

However, they also pointed out that for these benefits to be fully realised, the government needs to ensure that local industry is fully involved in the submarine development and production programme.


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Doubts hang over NATO and EU's ability to procure quickly from small tech players

by Brooks Tigner

Both NATO and the European Union are keen to work with dual-use technology companies and start-ups for the disruptive technologies they seek. Yet each – and particularly NATO – faces formidable challenges to flexibly apply their heavy procurement rules in favour of small players, as officials from both organisations acknowledge.


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Australia deals submarine blow to France but says strategic issues a priority

by Jon Grevatt

The French government and Naval Group have expressed anger and disappointment at Australia's decision to cease its procurement of Attack-class submarines in favour of a nuclear-powered platform through a new security partnership with the UK and the US.

The Australian government has not commented on the possible repercussions of the decision on its relationship with France. Instead, it has emphasised that its decision was influenced by strategic considerations.

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South Korea's Defense Acquisition Program Administration (DAPA) has disclosed details about its plan...

South Korea outlines plan to grow space-defence capability

by Jon Grevatt

South Korea's Defense Acquisition Program Administration (DAPA) has disclosed details about its plan to develop a local defence-related space capability. The plan is linked to a new drive to generate nearly 9,000 defence-industry jobs over the coming decade.

DAPA said on 8 September that the space defence plan includes strategies aimed at boosting technologies, skills, and manufacturing capabilities. The effort is geared towards achieving self-reliance in the space-defence sector over the coming 10 years and is supported by pledged funding of KRW16 trillion (USD13.6 billion).


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Australian industry groups urge Canberra to seize submarine capability opportunity

by Jon Grevatt & Jon Grevatt

Australia's leading industrial organisations have welcomed Canberra's decision to procure nuclear-powered submarines through the country's newly announced AUKUS security partnership.

Senior representatives from the Australian Industry & Defence Network (AIDN) and the Australian Industry Group (Ai Group) told Janes on 16 September that the decision represents an opportunity for local industry to develop world-leading submarine capability.

However, they also pointed out that for these benefits to be fully realised, the government needs to ensure that local industry is fully involved in the submarine development and production programme.


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Doubts hang over NATO and EU's ability to procure quickly from small tech players

by Brooks Tigner

Both NATO and the European Union are keen to work with dual-use technology companies and start-ups for the disruptive technologies they seek. Yet each – and particularly NATO – faces formidable challenges to flexibly apply their heavy procurement rules in favour of small players, as officials from both organisations acknowledge.


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Australia deals submarine blow to France but says strategic issues a priority

by Jon Grevatt

The French government and Naval Group have expressed anger and disappointment at Australia's decision to cease its procurement of Attack-class submarines in favour of a nuclear-powered platform through a new security partnership with the UK and the US.

The Australian government has not commented on the possible repercussions of the decision on its relationship with France. Instead, it has emphasised that its decision was influenced by strategic considerations.

In an emailed statement to Janes


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South Korea's Defense Acquisition Program Administration (DAPA) has disclosed details about its plan...

South Korea outlines plan to grow space-defence capability

by Jon Grevatt

South Korea's Defense Acquisition Program Administration (DAPA) has disclosed details about its plan to develop a local defence-related space capability. The plan is linked to a new drive to generate nearly 9,000 defence-industry jobs over the coming decade.

DAPA said on 8 September that the space defence plan includes strategies aimed at boosting technologies, skills, and manufacturing capabilities. The effort is geared towards achieving self-reliance in the space-defence sector over the coming 10 years and is supported by pledged funding of KRW16 trillion (USD13.6 billion).


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Australian industry groups urge Canberra to seize submarine capability opportunity

by Jon Grevatt & Jon Grevatt

Australia's leading industrial organisations have welcomed Canberra's decision to procure nuclear-powered submarines through the country's newly announced AUKUS security partnership.

Senior representatives from the Australian Industry & Defence Network (AIDN) and the Australian Industry Group (Ai Group) told Janes on 16 September that the decision represents an opportunity for local industry to develop world-leading submarine capability.

However, they also pointed out that for these benefits to be fully realised, the government needs to ensure that local industry is fully involved in the submarine development and production programme.


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Doubts hang over NATO and EU's ability to procure quickly from small tech players

by Brooks Tigner

Both NATO and the European Union are keen to work with dual-use technology companies and start-ups for the disruptive technologies they seek. Yet each – and particularly NATO – faces formidable challenges to flexibly apply their heavy procurement rules in favour of small players, as officials from both organisations acknowledge.


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Australia deals submarine blow to France but says strategic issues a priority

by Jon Grevatt

The French government and Naval Group have expressed anger and disappointment at Australia's decision to cease its procurement of Attack-class submarines in favour of a nuclear-powered platform through a new security partnership with the UK and the US.

The Australian government has not commented on the possible repercussions of the decision on its relationship with France. Instead, it has emphasised that its decision was influenced by strategic considerations.

In an emailed statement to Janes


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South Korea's Defense Acquisition Program Administration (DAPA) has disclosed details about its plan...

South Korea outlines plan to grow space-defence capability

by Jon Grevatt

South Korea's Defense Acquisition Program Administration (DAPA) has disclosed details about its plan to develop a local defence-related space capability. The plan is linked to a new drive to generate nearly 9,000 defence-industry jobs over the coming decade.

DAPA said on 8 September that the space defence plan includes strategies aimed at boosting technologies, skills, and manufacturing capabilities. The effort is geared towards achieving self-reliance in the space-defence sector over the coming 10 years and is supported by pledged funding of KRW16 trillion (USD13.6 billion).


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Australian industry groups urge Canberra to seize submarine capability opportunity

by Jon Grevatt & Jon Grevatt

Australia's leading industrial organisations have welcomed Canberra's decision to procure nuclear-powered submarines through the country's newly announced AUKUS security partnership.

Senior representatives from the Australian Industry & Defence Network (AIDN) and the Australian Industry Group (Ai Group) told Janes on 16 September that the decision represents an opportunity for local industry to develop world-leading submarine capability.

However, they also pointed out that for these benefits to be fully realised, the government needs to ensure that local industry is fully involved in the submarine development and production programme.


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Doubts hang over NATO and EU's ability to procure quickly from small tech players

by Brooks Tigner

Both NATO and the European Union are keen to work with dual-use technology companies and start-ups for the disruptive technologies they seek. Yet each – and particularly NATO – faces formidable challenges to flexibly apply their heavy procurement rules in favour of small players, as officials from both organisations acknowledge.


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Australia deals submarine blow to France but says strategic issues a priority

by Jon Grevatt

The French government and Naval Group have expressed anger and disappointment at Australia's decision to cease its procurement of Attack-class submarines in favour of a nuclear-powered platform through a new security partnership with the UK and the US.

The Australian government has not commented on the possible repercussions of the decision on its relationship with France. Instead, it has emphasised that its decision was influenced by strategic considerations.

In an emailed statement to Janes


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South Korea's Defense Acquisition Program Administration (DAPA) has disclosed details about its plan...

South Korea outlines plan to grow space-defence capability

by Jon Grevatt

South Korea's Defense Acquisition Program Administration (DAPA) has disclosed details about its plan to develop a local defence-related space capability. The plan is linked to a new drive to generate nearly 9,000 defence-industry jobs over the coming decade.

DAPA said on 8 September that the space defence plan includes strategies aimed at boosting technologies, skills, and manufacturing capabilities. The effort is geared towards achieving self-reliance in the space-defence sector over the coming 10 years and is supported by pledged funding of KRW16 trillion (USD13.6 billion).


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Australian industry groups urge Canberra to seize submarine capability opportunity

by Jon Grevatt & Jon Grevatt

Australia's leading industrial organisations have welcomed Canberra's decision to procure nuclear-powered submarines through the country's newly announced AUKUS security partnership.

Senior representatives from the Australian Industry & Defence Network (AIDN) and the Australian Industry Group (Ai Group) told Janes on 16 September that the decision represents an opportunity for local industry to develop world-leading submarine capability.

However, they also pointed out that for these benefits to be fully realised, the government needs to ensure that local industry is fully involved in the submarine development and production programme.


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Doubts hang over NATO and EU's ability to procure quickly from small tech players

by Brooks Tigner

Both NATO and the European Union are keen to work with dual-use technology companies and start-ups for the disruptive technologies they seek. Yet each – and particularly NATO – faces formidable challenges to flexibly apply their heavy procurement rules in favour of small players, as officials from both organisations acknowledge.


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Australia deals submarine blow to France but says strategic issues a priority

by Jon Grevatt

The French government and Naval Group have expressed anger and disappointment at Australia's decision to cease its procurement of Attack-class submarines in favour of a nuclear-powered platform through a new security partnership with the UK and the US.

The Australian government has not commented on the possible repercussions of the decision on its relationship with France. Instead, it has emphasised that its decision was influenced by strategic considerations.

In an emailed statement to Janes


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South Korea's Defense Acquisition Program Administration (DAPA) has disclosed details about its plan...

South Korea outlines plan to grow space-defence capability

by Jon Grevatt

South Korea's Defense Acquisition Program Administration (DAPA) has disclosed details about its plan to develop a local defence-related space capability. The plan is linked to a new drive to generate nearly 9,000 defence-industry jobs over the coming decade.

DAPA said on 8 September that the space defence plan includes strategies aimed at boosting technologies, skills, and manufacturing capabilities. The effort is geared towards achieving self-reliance in the space-defence sector over the coming 10 years and is supported by pledged funding of KRW16 trillion (USD13.6 billion).


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Australian industry groups urge Canberra to seize submarine capability opportunity

by Jon Grevatt & Jon Grevatt

Australia's leading industrial organisations have welcomed Canberra's decision to procure nuclear-powered submarines through the country's newly announced AUKUS security partnership.

Senior representatives from the Australian Industry & Defence Network (AIDN) and the Australian Industry Group (Ai Group) told Janes on 16 September that the decision represents an opportunity for local industry to develop world-leading submarine capability.

However, they also pointed out that for these benefits to be fully realised, the government needs to ensure that local industry is fully involved in the submarine development and production programme.


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Doubts hang over NATO and EU's ability to procure quickly from small tech players

by Brooks Tigner

Both NATO and the European Union are keen to work with dual-use technology companies and start-ups for the disruptive technologies they seek. Yet each – and particularly NATO – faces formidable challenges to flexibly apply their heavy procurement rules in favour of small players, as officials from both organisations acknowledge.


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Australia deals submarine blow to France but says strategic issues a priority

by Jon Grevatt

The French government and Naval Group have expressed anger and disappointment at Australia's decision to cease its procurement of Attack-class submarines in favour of a nuclear-powered platform through a new security partnership with the UK and the US.

The Australian government has not commented on the possible repercussions of the decision on its relationship with France. Instead, it has emphasised that its decision was influenced by strategic considerations.

In an emailed statement to Janes


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South Korea's Defense Acquisition Program Administration (DAPA) has disclosed details about its plan...

South Korea outlines plan to grow space-defence capability

by Jon Grevatt

South Korea's Defense Acquisition Program Administration (DAPA) has disclosed details about its plan to develop a local defence-related space capability. The plan is linked to a new drive to generate nearly 9,000 defence-industry jobs over the coming decade.

DAPA said on 8 September that the space defence plan includes strategies aimed at boosting technologies, skills, and manufacturing capabilities. The effort is geared towards achieving self-reliance in the space-defence sector over the coming 10 years and is supported by pledged funding of KRW16 trillion (USD13.6 billion).


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Australian industry groups urge Canberra to seize submarine capability opportunity

by Jon Grevatt & Jon Grevatt

Australia's leading industrial organisations have welcomed Canberra's decision to procure nuclear-powered submarines through the country's newly announced AUKUS security partnership.

Senior representatives from the Australian Industry & Defence Network (AIDN) and the Australian Industry Group (Ai Group) told Janes on 16 September that the decision represents an opportunity for local industry to develop world-leading submarine capability.

However, they also pointed out that for these benefits to be fully realised, the government needs to ensure that local industry is fully involved in the submarine development and production programme.


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Doubts hang over NATO and EU's ability to procure quickly from small tech players

by Brooks Tigner

Both NATO and the European Union are keen to work with dual-use technology companies and start-ups for the disruptive technologies they seek. Yet each – and particularly NATO – faces formidable challenges to flexibly apply their heavy procurement rules in favour of small players, as officials from both organisations acknowledge.


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Australia deals submarine blow to France but says strategic issues a priority

by Jon Grevatt

The French government and Naval Group have expressed anger and disappointment at Australia's decision to cease its procurement of Attack-class submarines in favour of a nuclear-powered platform through a new security partnership with the UK and the US.

The Australian government has not commented on the possible repercussions of the decision on its relationship with France. Instead, it has emphasised that its decision was influenced by strategic considerations.

In an emailed statement to Janes


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