Japan-Australia submarine program would deal blow to China's dominance

June 2014
East-Asia-Intel Reports;Jun2014, p4
The article reports that with relaxation in arms export laws, Japan is expected to sell Japanese submarine technology and other substantial weapons technology to foreign countries. Japanese defense and foreign ministers will meet their Australian counterparts in June 2014 to discuss weapons technology transfers from Japan to Australia.


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