Japan to supply PH with radar systems in first defense export after lifting of ban

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MANILA, Philippines—Japan has officially sealed a deal to supply radar to the Philippines, Tokyo’s first defense product export since the lifting of its decades-long self-imposed arms export ban in 2014.

 

Philippine Defense Secretary Delfin Lorenzana signed the contract and the notice to proceed for the air surveillance radar system acquisition project of the Philippine Air Force (PAF) last Aug.14 at Camp Aguinaldo, the Department of National Defense (DND) said in a statement on Friday (Aug. 28).

 

 

Mitsubishi Electric Corp. (Melco) will provide the air radar systems …

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