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City of London chief backs Kishida's economic vision for Japan

U.K.-China business relations 'very strong' despite fraught political ties

Vincent Keaveny, Lord Mayor of the City of London, speaks in an interview with Nikkei Asia. 

LONDON -- The representative of London's financial sector backed Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida's "new capitalism" economic vision and said the City of London is eager to maintain business relations with China.

Ahead of a trip to Japan this month, Vincent Keaveny, Lord Mayor of the City of London, talked about how Japan and the U.K. are focused on developing research and development capacity as well as green and sustainable finance.

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