Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi gestures to his South Korean counterpart Kang Kyung-wha at a press conference with their Japanese counterpart Taro Kono. Photo: AP

Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi offers to help Japan and South Korea to settle trade dispute

  • Beijing uses three-way summit to present itself as well-placed to resolve conflict between its East Asian neighbours
  • Tokyo is planning to remove its former colony’s preferential trade status in a row prompted by a court ruling over compensation for forced labour victims
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Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi gestures to his South Korean counterpart Kang Kyung-wha at a press conference with their Japanese counterpart Taro Kono. Photo: AP
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