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Japan plans response to economic coercion with eye on China

Tokyo aims to protect domestic companies against forced tech transfers

China is Japan's biggest trading partner and a top concern for its economic policymakers.   © Reuters

TOKYO -- Japan's government will lay out ways to respond to economic pressure in a plan due out this year, aiming to work with other countries and industry to counter abuses from countries like China, Nikkei has learned.

Group of Seven leaders meeting in Hiroshima this year vowed "to increase our collective assessment, preparedness, deterrence and response to economic coercion."

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