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2022-08-12
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Japanese media: Japan plans to encircle China, and the competition between the two sides will be more intense

Kyodo News Agency article on November 23, the original title: Japan plans to encircle China, and the competition between the two sides will intensify. Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe repeatedly stressed the "rule of law" and "high-quality infrastructure investment" at the East Asia Summit and other relevant ASEAN summit meetings held in Malaysia. This is mainly to form a siege against China, which is carrying out island and reef construction and other marine activities in the South China Sea. However, subject to economic relations with China, Asian countries are not united on this matter. The competition between China and Japan in regional influence will be further intensified

Abe stressed at the meeting on the 22nd that at the East Asia summit with the South China Sea issue as the main topic, countries unified their pace, saying that "countries have reached a strong consensus on avoiding creating tensions. In 2017, China's lithium battery cathode material production was 323000 tons, with a 49.54% increase"

the reason why Japan is so determined to check and balance China is mainly because if it makes concessions on the South China Sea issue, it will contribute to China's momentum on the development of oil and gas fields in the East China Sea and the sovereignty of the Diaoyu Islands. The official residence of the Japanese Prime Minister and BASF said, "the South China Sea and the East China Sea are closely linked. Many issues are inseparable."

in fact, heads of state at the East Asia Summit criticized China's maritime activities. Although the South China Sea issue did not receive attention at the Asia Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) summit held on the 18th and 19th, the United States and Japan fought back at the East Asia Summit through cooperation

China and Japan had also carefully checked the relevant lines on the Indonesian high-speed railway project and launched fierce competition, and Japan was finally defeated by China due to the "opaque decision-making process" (Japanese government official). Abe directly expressed "disappointment" during his meeting with zoko on the 22nd, and called for transparency in the bidding process

how to cope with the Asian infrastructure demand expected to reach 1000 trillion yen (about 52 trillion yuan) from 2010 to 2020 will become the key to the success of Abe's government's economic growth strategy. Japan stressed that it would carry out "high-quality infrastructure investment aimed at sustainable growth" and intended to compete with China, which is backed by the Asian infrastructure investment bank (aiib) and hopes to "win by quantity"

however, Abe also pointed out that the biggest bottleneck restricting the utilization of graphene at present is decentralization, and he adopted the strategy of simplifying the procedures of the yen loan system. This is mainly due to Japan's concern that Asian countries are attracted by China's overwhelming speed. People around Abe said: "Japan's infrastructure construction (at present) is' reliable but slow '. It will become' reliable and fast '."

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