(Recasts with government complaint) TOKYO, Jan 23 (Reuters) - The Japanese government said on Monday it had filed a criminal complaint against Yamaha Motor Co. over sales to China of small helicopters, which officials said could have military uses. Japanese media reported on Monday that the Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry was investigating Yamaha Motor on suspicion that it has exported the small, unmanned crop-spraying helicopters without the required government permission. A ...
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