One of Australia’s most significant military export deals, valued at $1 billion, is now under threat.
The contract focused on constructing armoured vehicles termed ‘Boxers’ in collaboration with Germany, faces uncertainty.
This change in direction came after the government opted for a South Korean firm to manufacture a distinct kind of vehicle in Richard Marles’ constituency.
This choice has ignited apprehensions within the defence sector.
The article further delves into the potential repercussions if this pivotal deal collapses, among other related issues.