TOKYO -- Japan plans to conclude separate treaties on transfer of defense equipment and technology with Italy, Germany and Sweden that will give Japan's Self-Defense Forces access to advanced technology from those countries.
Strengthening cooperation in this area could serve as a check against China, which has been expanding its military presence in Asia-Pacific waters.
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