Japan eyes S$63b defence budget to counter North Korea: Nikkei daily

TOKYO (AFP) – Japan plans a record 5.19 trillion yen (S$63 billion) defence budget for the next fiscal year to strengthen its missile defence against the threat posed by North Korea, a report said on Saturday (Dec 16). The government is expected to set …
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