Indonesia plans to triple the size of its submarine fleet to as many as 12 vessels. It is pursuing a joint production agreement with South Korea even as criticism mounts about the sinking of the KRI Nanggala last month that had been upgraded with equipment supplied by Seoul. Jakarta is also exploring a Japanese offer of its Soryu class diesel electric submarines but they cost more and technology transfer maybe difficult.
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