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China and Its Neighbors, Part 1: Japan
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China and Its Neighbors, Part 1: Japan

China and Its Neighbors, Part 1: Japan

China and Its Neighbors, Part 1: Japan
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We begin a series on how China is viewed by its neighbors: Japan sees both opportunity and threat in the rapidly growing Chinese economy. It's a huge market for Japanese goods, but it is also taking away Japanese jobs. For most of the Cold War, Japan could concentrate on its own economic development and ignore China, but no more. One analyst says some Japanese feel a kind of jealousy toward China and a desire to see the country fail. NPR's Rob Gifford reports.

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