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Japanese Penetration In Southernmost China

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The goal of the so-called Southward Advance is as yet far less defined than the movement in the north of China. Whatever the southward advance really means, however, for the present is finding its principal expression in Japanese activities in southernmost China. But from the Chinese point of view, the depletion of China's reserves, which likewise are relatively small and badly needed at home if any sound long-term program of industrialization is ever to be instituted, is a very serious matter. It is particularly serious if in the long run economic control is to be supplemented by political control. There can be no dispute with the Japanese for wanting to obtain as much ore as they can get from China to supplement their own scanty reserves. The present Japanese operations in South as in North China are tending to react disastrously upon Chinese economic as well as political life.

Keywords: Japanese; southernmost china



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