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Japan Unveils Ambitious Space Strategy

On April 5, Japan's Liberal Democratic Party's Special Committee on Space and Ocean Development put together a proposal called "Towards a Space Security Concept and a New Basic Plan for Space." The proposal was announced by Prime Minister Fumio Kishida, Minister of Finance Shunichi Suzuki, and Minister of State for Space Policy Sanae Takaichi.

The main points of the proposal are to increase the space-related budget to 1 trillion yen per year (about $7.4 billion) (note: the initial 2023 budget plus the 2022 supplementary budget is 611.9 billion yen, or about $4.52 billion), reorganize. . .

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