Japan Starts Paying Firms to Cut Reliance on Chinese Factories
A man and his dogs play at a park near oil storage tanks operated by Kashima Oil Co. in Kamisu, Ibaraki Prefecture, Japan. (Photographer: Toru Hanai/Bloomberg)

Japan Starts Paying Firms to Cut Reliance on Chinese Factories

(Bloomberg) -- Japan’s government will start subsidizing some companies to invest in factories in Japan and South-East Asia as part of efforts to reduce reliance on manufacturing in China.
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