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The Philippines commissioned into service three Japan-made patrol ships on Monday, adding to the three already received from Japan for the country’s coast guard fleet.

The 44-meter ships are part of a 10-ship building contract awarded to Japan Marine United Corp. by the Department of Transportation through an official development assistance loan from Japan totaling 7.37 billion pesos ($145 million).

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