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Japan is considering scrapping its plan to procure U.S.-made long-range anti-ship missiles (LRASM) with standoff capabilities for the Air Self-Defense Force’s F-15 fighter jets, government officials have said.

The plan to change its policy is due to ballooning costs, the officials, who declined to be named as a formal decision has not yet been made, said Saturday.

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