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Economic Co-operation Of Japan And China In Manchuria And Mongolia

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In discussing the economic co-operation of Japan and China in Manchuria, the author wishes to offer a solution which conforms to the principles of international good will. For the present purpose the question is considered under four heads: namely, the Russo-Japanese War and Manchuria; the past and present of Manchuria; Japan and Manchuria; Economic co-operation of Japan and China. Mongolia and Manchuria are great agricultural domains. Japan may no more force her way than China, and their ways are equally clear. For Japan or China there is no rule except that of equal opportunity for all Powers; and for each of them but one road of friendly partnership in the task of leading and establishing Manchuria in its international position. The economic co-operation of Japan and China are advocated and the consummation of such an ideal will surely come in good season.

Keywords: agricultural domain; China; economic co-operation; Japan; Manchuria; Mongolia; Russo-Japanese War



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