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70% of corporate Japan's leaders want Biden to ease China tensions

Companies confident they can meet 2050 target for net-zero greenhouse gases, poll finds

A majority of Japanese business chiefs would like U.S. President-elect Joe Biden to scale down sanctions on China.   © Reuters

TOKYO -- U.S. President-elect Joe Biden should relax Trump-era measures targeting China, corporate Japan's top executives agree in a new Nikkei survey.

Respondents expect the global landscape to improve with the reversal of "America first" policies and a return to international cooperation. They are also bullish that the U.S. and Japan will see eye to eye on climate change.

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