Japan in record military spending amid Chinese tensions

Japan’s Prime Minister Shinzo Abe has signed off a record defence budget in the face of territorial disputes with China and North Korea’s nuclear and missile threats. Spending on fighter jets and submarines are partly behind the increase of 1.4% to 5.13tn …
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