Japan’s military sees record spending, aims to buy more U.S. arms: Nikkei

TOKYO (Reuters) – Japan’s military looks to raise spending over the next five years in response to security challenges and to narrow Japan’s trade surplus with the United States by buying U.S. equipme…
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