January 04 2011
A joint research project between Japan and the United States to develop software for ship-based ballistic missile defense systems has been terminated over export disagreements, reports the Asahi Shimbun.
The Japanese government insisted that the U.S. obtain prior consent before selling the software to a third country, according to unnamed sources. The U.S. government has reportedly decided to continue with the program alone.
The software in the program was expected to upgrade...
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