Hu and Nakasone discuss bilateral relations between China and Japan, with both sides expressing a high degree of optimism about the relationship.
November 9, 1986
Cable No. 3775, Ambassador Nakae to the Foreign Minister, 'The Prime Minister’s Visit to China (Meeting with Premier Zhao - Petition for Commerce and Industry Club)'
Number: [blacked out]
Primary: Asia China
Sent: China, November 9, 1986 [blacked out]
Received: MOFA, November 9, 1986 [blacked out]
To: The Foreign Minister
From: Ambassador Nakae
The Prime Minister’s Visit to China (Meeting with Premier Zhao - Petition for Commerce and Industry Club)
No. 3775 Secret Top Urgent [blacked out]
Outgoing Telegram 3770 Separate Telegram 5
(Prime Minister Nakasone)
Finally, I would like to raise two points regarding petitions from Japanese working here.
1. One is the taxation three times a year of the Japanese industrialists here. It seems that the tax on an individual’s income is once per year and the corporate tax is twice a year. I believe that there is an agreement between Japan and China to preclude double taxation, so I would like to study this point.
2. The second point concerns schools for Japanese. We would like you to let us use schools for Chinese. In addition, we would like you to make the acquisition of land convenient. I would like to thank you. I would like your cooperation now and in the future in regard to construction and such. (End)
Prime Minister Nakasone brings up points of Chinese taxation on Japanese industrialists and Japanese schools in China.
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