Caixin Online: ‘Economic war' with Japan unwise for China

Caixin Online: ‘Economic war' with Japan unwise for China

Tōkyō : Japan | Sep 26, 2012 at 11:40 PM PDT
Source: MarketWatch
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In recent years, whenever China's relations with another country took a turn for the worse, calls for a boycott of that country's products would ring out...Dozens of Chinese cities saw protests this month against the Japanese government's purchase of three of the islands. FULL ARTICLE AT MarketWatch
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