2018 to see growing China-Japan economic rivalry in Asia

The “proxy war” waged between China and Japan for economic and strategic influence in Asia is likely to be stepped up in the New Year. It is a conflict hidden temporarily from general view behind a screen of neutral-sounding regional initiatives.
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