• Kyodo


The Abe administration has approved the development and export by Japanese companies of some computer system components for the Aegis system that can intercept ballistic missiles.

It was the fourth approval by the National Security Council since the ban on overseas transfers of defense equipment was revised in April 2014 to pave the way for more arms exports.

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