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Japan has decided to develop a successor to its aging F-2 fighter jet jointly with both the United States and Britain instead of picking only one partner, government sources said Wednesday.

Under the plan, Japan will work with the two partners on specific parts for the Air Self-Defense Force’s mainstay fighter aircraft, according to the sources.

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