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MoD asks German shipyard Thuyssenkrupp Marines to submit two bids under P-75I for two shipyards MDL and L&T

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MoD asks German shipyard Thuyssenkrupp Marines to submit two bids under P-75I for two shipyards MDL and L&T
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Amid the reports that the Korean shipbuilder Daewoo Shipbuilding has not got approval from the Korean Government to sell submarines to India and Daewoo Shipbuilding owns large sums of money to Korean Banks, the Indian Ministry of Defense has now asked the German shipbuilder ThyssenKrupp Marine Systems to make two bids for its Type-212 CD submarine that includes one bid to each of the two Indian shipyards Mazagaon Dock Shipbuilders and Larsen and Toubro to avoid any single vendor situation that might arrive after South Korea exits the tender.

Meanwhile, France is pressing for a Government-to-Government arrangement for both Nuclear and Conventional submarine technology that includes the Barracuda class Nuclear Attack Submarine and Shortfin Barracuda conventional submarine.

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