Today we have objections to Japan’s new military laws, new investment opportunities at the eatery, and the prosperous lure of new markets in KiwiLand…
Many investors have seen some emerging opportunities in the finance sector in China, but not without risk of loss.
CHINA SEES JAPAN’S PROPOSED MILITARY LAWS AS TOO ARCHING
Chinese officials have noted concerns about some of the language in the Japanese legislation, that stirs up historical issues, and brings some suggestive language that the Officials consider to be suggestive and lengthy.
From the report, the stance of China was that it was being peaceful, and just promoting a defensive stance, while Japan provides documentation of Chinese operations that seem to be suggestive in nature, and potential security issues. This has caused some increased tension between the two countries, as China would like to see some of the material removed or changed to reflect their views as well, with the intent to work cooperatively and towards peaceful prosperity.
NEW ZEALAND AND CHINA MAKE DISCUSSIONS
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