Nikkei Opens Sharply Higher, Even As Tensions Between Japan And China Drag On

A good start to the week in Japan.

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Meanwhile, the tensions between China and Japan remain. Japan is refusing to apologise for the detainment of a Chinese fishing boat captain (who has been released), and Japanese officials are visiting four of its citizens who are being detained in China, ostensibly for illegally videotaping a military installation.

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