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Tapping Japanese experience to solve Chinese problems

Fuson, which runs this nursing home in Shanghai, is ramping up its investment in Japan's "silver sector."

TOKYO As China grapples with rampant pollution, a graying population and other problems typical of a rapidly developing economy, the country's largest conglomerates -- including Fosun Group and Citic -- are looking to Japan for solutions.

"Japan's know-how when it comes to overcoming challenges is extraordinarily high," Fosun Chairman Guo Guangchang said on June 16 in a high-rise office overlooking downtown Tokyo. Fosun International, the group's flagship listed subsidiary, bought the building in late 2014.

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