Japan, China to boost financial ties amid protectionist, North Korean tensions

“We actively exchanged views on economic and financial situations in Japan and China and our cooperation in the financial field,” Aso told reporters after the meeting, which included senior finance ministry and central bank officials. “It was significant …
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