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Tuesday, May 26, 2015

South Australia might not build first of next submarines, Industry Minister Ian Macfarlane says

Collins class SSKFederal Industry Minister Ian Macfarlane says South Australian shipyards might not make the first of the nation's next submarines but remains optimistic about Australian prospects down the track.

The Opposition said it feared the Government had already decided the contract for the new fleet would be given to the Japanese, and it was worried Australians would miss out on work.

The Government wants both overseas and local firms to compete for the submarine work and Mr Macfarlane indicated it could initially be based offshore.

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