Oct 1 (Reuters) - Relations between China and Japan have soured since a Chinese trawler collided with two Japanese patrol boats last month in waters near islands that both sides claim. China has been Japan's biggest trading partner since 2009 and the heightened tensions have raised concerns about the impact on business ties between Asia's biggest economies. Following are some comments from executives at top Japanese companies. For a FACTBOX on China-Japan ties: [ID:nTOE68J014] For an ...
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