Kerr, Julian
May 2014
Management Today (14405636);May2014, p35
The article looks at the implications of the erratic nature of defense budgeting in Australia for companies serving the country's defense sector. Topics covered include ways by which the defense budgeting has impacted defense companies, the reduction in planned defense spending according to the "2009 White Paper" of Prime Minister Kevin Rudd and the change in the areas of focus resulting from the tightening of defense budgets.


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