Kanagawa man regrets selling nonprofit health group to Chinese bank employee

The seller and the buyer met in a room in a building in Tokyo’s Shinjuku Ward, and the Chinese bank employee eagerly explained in Japanese why he wanted the NPO. “I want to use the NPO to attract Japa…
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