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Ausrtalian Defence Industry Accesses International

Ausrtalian Defence Industry Accesses International Marketplace

What: Global Maritime Business Forum

Where: Sydney Convention and Exhibition Centre, Darling Harbour

When: Wednesday 1 and Thursday 2 February 2006

Australian Defence industry will have the opportunity to get advice on how to market their products and services to overseas companies through participating in the Global Maritime Business Forum.

Jointly sponsored by the Defence Materiel Organisation (DMO) and the
Department of Industry, Tourism and Resources with the support of
Maritime Australia Limited, this Conference will be held as part of the Pacific 2006 International Maritime and Naval Exposition.

This forum presents an opportunity for Australian Defence industry, especially Australian Maritime and electronics companies, to hear from major overseas companies on how they can get their products to foreign governments, navies and global maritime primes.

For details and a copy of the Forum program, please visit the following web site at http://www.pacific2006.com.au/conferences/gmbf.html

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