Japan's Little Bit

August 1982
National Review;8/20/1982, Vol. 34 Issue 16, p1001
The article reports on the contemplated increases in Japan's military outlays. It has been observed that the country's pertinent military expenditures will approximate only one per cent of Gross National Product. Japan is willing to experiment the prospective increments of combat planes, anti-submarine aircraft, submarines and minesweepers.


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