To build Sino-Japanese relations in line with the requirements of the new era, we should complement each others strengths, exchange needs and promote bilateral cooperation in various fields to upgrade quality. China and Japan have entered a new stage of development, each facing new challenges and opportunities. It should be noted that due to the different stages of development, the complementarity of economic and trade between the two sides remains strong. In recent years, from Japans giant pension industry to Chinas Internet enterprises, China-Japan economic and trade cooperation has expanded from traditional manufacturing to new industries and fields such as health care, Internet and financial services, and new business opportunities have emerged. Fully tapping the potential of cooperation and expanding mutual benefit and win-win situation are the common aspirations of Chinese and Japanese business circles.
To build Sino-Japanese relations that meet the requirements of the new era, we must work together to maintain world peace, stability and prosperity. Todays world is undergoing unprecedented changes in a hundred years. Trade protectionism and unilateralism are rising, which have impacted on free trade and multilateral system. In the current international situation, China and Japan share more and more common interests and concerns. Faced with the new challenges of the international situation, China and Japan, as the second and third largest economies in the world, should strengthen communication and coordination in international affairs, jointly safeguard the free trade system, promote the construction of an open world economy, and make Sino-Japanese relations an important positive factor in maintaining world peace and promoting common development. The one belt and one way initiative will also create new opportunities for the realization of Sino Japanese multilateral cooperation and become a new growth point.
Entering a new era, the development of Sino-Japanese relations is facing new historical opportunities, but there are still some complex and sensitive elements. The two sides should constructively control their differences and contradictions and strengthen dialogue in the field of diplomacy and security. Japan should continue to deal with major principles such as history, consolidate political mutual trust and eliminate interference in building Sino-Japanese relations that meet the requirements of the new era.
Source: Xinhua Author: Shen Honghui Responsible Editor: Wang Xiaowu_NF