Japan’s Suga Says China Military Rise Could Threaten Economy

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Sep.23 — Japan’s outgoing prime minister says China’s rapidly growing military influence could present a risk to his country. Yoshihide Suga spoke in an exclusive interview with Bloomberg ahead of his trip to Washington to attend the first in-person leaders’ meeting of Quad nations U.S., Australia, India and Japan that will be held Friday. Dan Ten Kate reports on “Bloomberg Markets: Asia.”

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