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TOKYO (Nikkei)--Eager to expand their presence in China, Japanese companies are working to transcend the repercussions of frayed Sino-Japan ties.

QINGDAO, China (Nikkei)--The anti-Japanese sentiment that spread across China following Japan's nationalization of the disputed Senkaku Islands a year ago is showing some staying power, prompting Japanese companies to put more muscle behind improving relations with Chinese consumers.

WASHINGTON (Kyodo)--A senior U.S. State Department official on Wednesday reaffirmed U.S. backing for Japan in its dispute with China over the Japan-administered Senkaku group of islets in the East China Sea, a Japanese ruling party lawmaker said.

QINGDAO, China (Nikkei)--A year after bilateral tensions flared following Japan's nationalization of the Senkaku Islands, Chinese operations of Japanese companies have yet to fully recover.

TOKYO (Nikkei)--A year after Japan nationalized the Senkaku Islands, intrusions into territorial waters by Chinese ships and aircraft have become a daily occurrence, prompting Tokyo to reassess its defense capabilities.

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