110 Japanese firms went bankrupt in China last year: Report

A new report by Tokyo Shoko Research showed that 110 Japanese companies went bankrupt last year citing the challenges of doing business in China, or ‘China risk’, the Hong Kong-based South China Morning Post reported.
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