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China accelerates property buying in Japan

Guests, including Chinese tourists, enjoy the view of unkai, a sea of clouds, on the terrace at Hoshino Resort Tomamu in central Hokkaido.

SHANGHAI -- Chinese businesses are increasingly investing in Japanese properties. 

     A subsidiary of China's Fosun Group announced earlier this month plans to buy a popular ski resort on the island of Hokkaido, in northern Japan. Last year, Fosun acquired two office buildings in Tokyo. 

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