Australia defends its handling of French submarine deal

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By Lidia Kelly and John Mair SYDNEY (Reuters) -Australia defended its scrapping of a deal for French submarines on Sunday, saying the government had raised concerns to Paris for months, as a new deal with the United States and Britain continued to fuel a multinational diplomatic crisis. “I don’t regret the decision to put Australia’s national interest first,” said Prime Minister Scott Morrison. Australia ditched the 2016 deal with France’s Naval Group to build a fleet of conventional submarines, announcing on Thursday a plan to build at least eight nuclear-powered ones with U.S. and British te…

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