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What does the future hold for the defence industry in Australia? MP3

The Sydney suburb of Bankstown has seen many changes over the years. It's here that an Australian company, Quickstep, has a multi-million dollar deal over 30 years to make parts for the F35 joint strike fighter. Quick Holdings chairman Tony Quick says the future of the defence industry is in using the technology developed from past government programs and accessing global supply chains. Source: abc.net.au

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