Japan seeks role in French-German marine surveillance plane project: sources

TOKYO/BERLIN (Reuters) – In a fresh bid to win its first major foreign arms deal since World War Two, Japan is proposing its P-1 submarine hunter for a French-German project to develop a marine surveillance aircraft, two Japanese government sources said.
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