Quote " What Victor says is logic "Thank you all who contributed answers to my production question. I get it now. Different countries, different manufactures, different demand for essential equipment like reactors etc. I am happy it just manufacturing techniques and nothing more.
My reason for asking is the naval continuous ship build plan. The last sub should be in the water around 2055. I realise the number has dropped from 12 to 8 but complexity has gone up. My concern in this deteriorating enviroment, we need to start to speed things up. I have read posts and agree crew training, infrastructure and submarines will not appear overnight. Hopefully it starts sooner not later. Hopefully before the end of the 18 month scoping study we can start putting programs in place to accelerate it.
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Speaking of deteriorating enviroment, take a look at Stan Grants interview with Victor Goa.
What does China make of Australia’s nuclear subs deal with the US and UK? VP of the Centre for China and Globalisation Victor Gao joins us to discuss.iview.abc.net.au
Victor threatens conflict and nuclear war against Australia. This is very worrying stuff
I'm still schools out on the recent sub decision, however that doesn't diminish my concern for the military build up and rhetoric coming from that part of the world.
The challenge is how to combat Victors logic and the time frame of perceived threat.
Still doing my homework on the part subs play in the answer.