By: MOS Education Team —獨行者Maverick(Raphael03)
On October 4, Fumio Kishida, the newly elected Japanese Prime Minister, held a press conference.
When asked how he felt about Communist China’s applications to join the Trans-Pacific Partnership, Kishida said he had doubts about whether China could meet the requirements by CPTPP in terms of the importance of corporate intellectual property protection.
He also said: “(The Chinese government) has questionable practices in the areas of freedom, democracy, rule of law and human rights”.
Following the same question about Taiwan, Kishida welcomed it!
Finally, Prime Minister Fumio Kishida made it clear that Japan will work together with like-minded allies who share same values to address current issues around South China Sea and East China Sea.
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