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Trump plan for increased weapons sales to South Korea, Japan remains vague

September 13, 2017 |
Justin Doubleday
President Trump has said he will allow South Korea and Japan to buy "substantially increased" amounts of U.S. weapons, but administration officials could not point to any specific sales and a major arms transfer has not been approved for either nation since early February. Trump announced he is allowing South Korea and Japan to buy "a substantially increased amount of highly sophisticated military equipment from the United States" in a Sept. 5 tweet. The message came a day after Trump...

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