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Japan & China Aim for Strategic Ties January 30, 2007

Posted by David in North-East Asia.
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According to a China Daily report (29-01-2007) Japan and China will now endeavour to build mutually beneficial ties.

After three days of meetings (seventh round of strategic talks between the two countries), in Hangzhou, Chinese Vice Foreign Minister Dai Bingguo and Japan’s Vice Minister of Foreign Affairs Shotaro Yachi exited the affair expressing feelings of “heavy responsibility” towards promoting better bi-lateral relations.

When it comes to relative gains, these two giants stand to do much better if they maintain a healthy relationship. As the region grows and becomes more important in the world (in every which way), tension between actors will rise and eventually fall, and undesirable events will occur. However, things will go much more smoothly for North-East Asia if ties between Japan and China, are strong.

Im eager to read reports, of this latest meeting, from the Japanese side.

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