Japan and China to Hold Bilateral Financial Dialogue
May 6 , 2017
As per reports, Japan and China are going to hold their first bilateral financial talks after two years on Saturday. The two countries will be discussing risks to Asia's economic outlook, including the protectionist policies backed by U.S. President Donald Trump and tensions over North Korea.
As mentioned by Japanese Finance Ministry officials, a separate round of talks will be held by the senior finance officials from both countries.
A trilateral meeting was scheduled to take place between China, Japan and South Korea on Friday; however, China couldn’t attend it due to an emergency domestic meeting.