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Wednesday, August 26, 2015

Submarines contract: Japanese delegation in Adelaide for public relations offensive

Soryu class SSKA Japanese defence adviser has conceded the country needs to improve its public relations in order to win the contract to build Australia's next fleet of submarines.

A delegation of Japanese government and industry officials is visiting Adelaide as part of lobbying efforts.

Japanese defence adviser and former submarines commander Yoji Koda said Japan initially failed to understand the public relations game its competitors were playing.

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