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Defence holds firm on AIC targets

‘No easy ride for primes’: Defence holds firm on AIC targets

The Commonwealth government “won’t be afraid to use a big stick” if defence primes do not meet their AIC obligations, Minister for Def
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Defence holds firm on AIC targets
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‘No easy ride for primes’: Defence holds firm on AIC targets
The Commonwealth government “won’t be afraid to use a big stick” if defence primes do not meet their AIC obligations, Minister for Def...
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