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U.S.-Japan Defense Tech Cooperation Stymied by Cultural Hurdles

Friday, January 17, 2020   (0 Comments)

By Stew Magnuson  |  January 17, 2020  |  National Defense Magazine


MAKUHARI, Japan — Five years after the Japanese government lifted restrictions on arms exports, the nation’s military contractors have yet to make major breakthroughs in overseas markets, experts and officials noted at a conference, billed as the first fully integrated defense trade show held in the country.

That is despite having a variety of high-technology expertise and goods that could greatly benefit its allies, and in turn, help partner nations compete with China’s rapid weapon systems advancements. READ MORE...

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