Japan and the Open Door Policy

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Fears for Future of Open Door in China

Creation under Japanese auspices of a new Central Government of China with its capital at Peiping, superseding the present Peiping and Nanking provisional regimes, is expected in the near future. It has been predicted that formation of the new government will mean eventually the almost complete elimination of American and other foreign economic interests in China. In a strongly worded note delivered in Tokyo on October 6, 1938, the United States protested measures already taken in China discriminating ...

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