Japan-China Economic Association

China expresses readiness to resume high-level economic talks with ...
Sadayuki Sakakibara, chairman of Keidanren (Japan Business Federation), left, holds talks with Chinese Vice Premier Wang Yang at the Great Hall of the People in Beijing on Sept. 24. (Kiyohide Inada)
BEIJING--China is keen to resume high-level economic dialogue with Japan following calls by a Japanese delegation here to revive close business ties between the two countries.
Japanese businesses lend hand to China in fighting air pollution
Visibility is low over central Beijing in June due to air pollution by PM 2.5. (Nanae Kurashige)
Japanese businesses are helping China in its battle against pollution, hoping that technical cooperation may also help clear the air concerning bilateral relations.
China fine with economic exchanges with Japan, but not political...
Hiromasa Yonekura, left, and Wang Yang (Asahi Shimbun file photos)
BEIJING--Despite deep strains on the political front, economic exchanges between Japan and China are moving in a favorable direction.
Top Chinese exec urges business exchanges with Japan, apart from...
Chang Zhenming, chairman of CITIC Group Corp., attends an interview. (Keiko Yoshioka)
The leader of China’s largest state-owned conglomerate has called for a forum of regular dialogue between Japanese and Chinese industry executives to improve bilateral...
Chinese vice president: Dispute over Senkakus hurting both nations
Li Yuanchao (Asahi Shimbun file photo)
BEIJING--Chinese Vice President Li Yuanchao told a Japanese business delegation on March 22 that the Japan-China feud over sovereignty of the Senkaku Islands is detrimental to...
Japanese economic leaders, Beijing politicos seek to improve ties
Hiromasa Yonekura, chairman of Keidanren (Japan Business Federation), left, shakes hands with Tang Jiaxuan, a former Chinese state councilor, in Tokyo in November 2010. (Pool)
BEIJING--Members of the Japan-China Economic Association met with a former Chinese state official on March 21 in the Chinese capital to discuss ways to improve ties between the ...
Exporters braced to lose as China strikes back in Senkaku standoff
Toshiyuki Shiga, Nissan Motor Co.'s chief operating officer, second from right, at the launch in Beijing of a new Venucia, a model dedicated to the Chinese market, on Sept. 8 (The Asahi Shimbun)
Japanese exporters to China are braced for repercussions that could range from mob violence to a consumer boycott, and even outright sanctions, amid an escalated standoff over...
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