Japan Agrees To Transfer US-2 Technology To India

NEW DELHI — After ending a decades-long arms embargo, Japan has agreed to allow India to make parts for its US-2 amphibious aircraft in a bid to expedite a proposed sales deal with New Delhi and bolster Tokyo’s own domestic defense industry. During a summit meeting between India’s Prime Minister...

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