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Japan Plans to Shut Drones Supply from China

By ET Bureau - October 30, 2020 1 mins read

The Japanese government is planning to move away from China regarding the supply of drones – in order to protect sensitive data and information. Even the ruling party of Japan is making efforts to bolster its national security.

China is crucial for Japan, as it is a huge tech market. But there are already ongoing arguments about Chinese companies apparently leaking data to its government.

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The primary concerns are around the country’s information technology, cybersecurity, supply chains, and intellectual property. However, Japan is fearing the export of sensitive technologies like commercial drones, security cameras, etc. due to its economic dependence on China.

Source: Reuters


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