Cutbacks delay warships

Cutbacks delay warships

Adelaide : Australia | Sep 05, 2012 at 2:19 PM PDT
Source: The Age
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The setback on the $8 billion construction of Australia's biggest defence project will be a blow to South Australia, The Australian newspaper reports. The time frame on delivering the three ships will be pushed back six months each. FULL ARTICLE AT The Age
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