Rebuffing Japan's demand for an apology following a third weekend of anti-Japanese protests, China instead told Japan to take "concrete actions" to face up to its wartime aggression. China's demand came as Foreign Minister Machimura Nobutaka visiting on a mission to repair ties between the two countries, which are at their lowest in decades. While Nobutaka called the episode "unfortunate", Japanese Trade Minister Shoichi Nakagawa said the protests are raising concerns among global companies about investing in China as "they will face devastation should they offend China." The US mission warned that the protests may spill over to demonstrations against all foreigners.
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