TOKYO -- Japan and China are snapping up rights in key Asian ports as they vie for control over a shipping route that is crucial to both of their national interests.
Sihanoukville Autonomous Port, a major Cambodian port operator, is floating 25% of its shares on the local bourse on Thursday. The Japan International Cooperation Agency plans to purchase about half that amount.
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