Japan sanctions Chinese firms to pressure North Korea

Japan on Friday slapped sanctions on two Chinese firms, including a bank accused of laundering North Korean cash, amid concerns Pyongyang is prepping for another missile test, the government said. Japan has stepped up calls for further sanctions against …
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