Japan’s tallest building won’t be a towering risk: CEO

Junichi Yoshida, the Japanese real estate developer’s CEO, told The Nikkei how he perceived the potential risks to the new skyscraper. Edited excerpts from the interview follow. Q: Why did you choose to build the tallest building in Japan? A: Sending a …
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