Japanese Study Warns of Growing Tensions in East Asia

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A Japanese study on regional security points to growing tensions in East Asia. The annual report by the government-backed National Institute for Defense Studies says that China’s growing military and South Korea`s increasing defiance towards Japan are major causes for concern. CCTV`s Mike Firn reports from Tokyo.

Japanese Study Warns of Growing Tensions in East Asia

Japanese Study Warns of Growing Tensions in East Asia

A Japanese study on regional security warns of growing tensions in East Asia. The annual report by the government-backed National Institute for Defense Studies, says an increasingly active Chinese military and South Korea`s growing defiance towards Japan are major causes for concern. CCTV`s Mike Firn reports from Tokyo.

To discuss how these tensions could impact Japan’s economy, CCTV’s Phillip Yin speaks to Charles Ortel, Managing Director at Newport Value Partners.

Charles Ortel on Impact of East Asia Tensions on Japanese Economy

Charles Ortel on Impact of East Asia Tensions on Japanese Economy

To discuss these tensions and the impact on Japan's economy, CCTV's Phillip Yin speaks to Charles Ortel, Managing Director at Newport Value Partners.