Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe has said that he wants to host Chinese premier Li Keqiang and South Korean President Moon Jae-in for a trilateral summit in Japan by the end of the year. Photo: AFPTokyo: Japan could consider joining China’s Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank if it makes some changes, a ruling coalition party executive said in an interview in Tokyo on Wednesday. Japan has so far steered clear of the bank, following the lead of its only treaty ally, the US. Strong signalsInoue’s China visit is aimed at bolstering ties between Abe’s coalition partners and the Chinese Communist party. Inoue said he saw particularly strong signals from China of a willingness to improve ties.
Source: Mint December 07, 2017 03:56 UTC