Saturday, June 20, 2009

Well, duh.

The Korea Herald reports that Japanese lawmaker Motohisa Furukawa of the opposition Democratic Party is urging South Korea and Japan to work toward further strengthening their economic cooperation in order to offset efforts by China to gain more clout in the Asian economy.

The two countries, he says, could become leaders of the region "only if the two sides boost economic relations," says the KH.

Kushibo's been saying that for years. 

Speaking in Seoul at the World Economic Forum on East Asia, Furukawa said, "So far, South Korea and Japan have been in a stage of competition with each other. But if they broaden their vision and cooperate, they can create huge profits."

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