Japan business leaders seek a more investment-friendly China

BEIJING — Though the recent thaw in Sino-Japanese relations has been good for business, government constraints on foreign companies discourage investment in China, a Japanese business delegation told Premier Li Keqiang here Tuesday. Both sides praised the …
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