Japan, China to hold finance talks amid concerns on protectionism, North Korea

YOKOHAMA, Japan Japan and China will hold their first bilateral financial dialogue in two years on Saturday to discuss risks to Asia’s economic outlook, such as the protectionist policies advocated by U.S. President Donald Trump and tension over North …
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