(Recasts, adds ministry comment) TOKYO, Jan 23 (Reuters) - Japanese police raided the offices of Yamaha Motor Co. on Monday after the government filed a criminal complaint against the company over its sale to China of small helicopters that officials said could have military uses. Japan has repeatedly expressed concern about China's military buildup and urged Beijing to be more transparent about its motives. Foreign Minister Taro Aso drew an angry retort from Beijing last month when he ...
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