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Biden, Japan PM agree to boost military spending and presence in Asia to counter China

At the white house, President Biden welcomed the prime minister of Japan as he ended a tour of top industrial and military allies. Japan, like many nations in Asia and beyond, is wary of a rising China. The two leaders pledged to work closely together on military matters, which includes the remaking of a fabled American military branch in the Pacific. Nick Schifrin reports.

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