Japan calls on U.S. for joint action on China investment practices

WHISTLER, British Columbia (Reuters) – Japan called on the United States to join forces in stopping China from taking market-distorting investment practices in a bilateral finance leaders’ meeting, a senior Japanese finance ministry official said on Thursday.
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