INDIA/FRANCE : France's Naval Group looks for new submarine contracts in Indo-Pacific region – Intelligence Online

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As news outlets in both hemispheres continue to relay every minute detail of the fallout from Australia’s cancellation of its submarine deal with France, there is one glaring takeaway: more than five years of lobbying and intelligence gathering in Canberra failed to help Paris and Naval Group pick up on and anticipate Australia’s doubts. […]
David Gazard will be the third lobbyist Naval Group has hired in Australia in less than a year. The company is increasingly touting its use of local firms as a means to reassure the Australian government of progress on the mega submarine contract. […]
Prabowo Subianto’s American lobbyists are making plans for the Indonesian defense minister to visit Washington, as Jakarta seeks to increase its rearmament programme against an assertive China. […]
TKMS’s export chief Jonathan Kamerman is cooking up an audacious plan to make the German shipbuilder indispensible to Jakarta. […]
Dassault is in the final stages of negotiation with the French and Indonesian finance ministries for funding for the sale of 36 Rafale fighter planes to Indonesia, where an anti-corrution crackdown is underway. […]
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