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Antimissile System Slated To Grow by $2.2 Billion
The Clinton administration plans to ask Congress for an additional $2.2 billion over the next five years to build a system for guarding the United States against ballistic missile attack, a jump of about 20 percent over the $10.5 billion price tag projected only a year ago, defense officials said yesterday.

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