BEIJING—The Japanese government is sticking by a plan to leave funding for full-scale development of its proposed Future Fighter out of the next budget, local media have reported. The decision comes despite a push from members of parliament to advance the schedule. The finance ministry is strongly opposed to the program because of the cost of developing the proposed large, twin-engine type to build a mere 100 units, the Jiji news agency said. Money will not be included in the budget ...

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