Tokyo may be too late to the financial hub party

Gov. Yuriko Koike may be taking Tokyo’s “London of the East” dream a bit too literally, inking a four-year partnership agreement with the British capital. Predecessors dating back to Shintaro Ishihara (1999-2012) long coveted London’s energy, heft …
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