China imposes stricter checks on Japan cargo -media

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TOKYO, Sept 27 (Reuters) - Some Chinese customs offices have started stricter checks on shipments to and from Japan, causing delays, in what may be retaliation against Japan's recent detention of a Chinese fishing boat captain, the Mainichi newspaper said on Monday. Fishing trawler captain Zhan Qixiong was released and arrived back in China on Saturday after his boat collided with Japanese patrol ships on Sept. 7 near disputed islets, known as the Diaoyu in China and Senkaku in Japan. ...

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