CHINA-JAPAN: Again, Demands (Cont'd)

Again, Demands (Cont'd)

At the Japanese Legation in Shanghai last week the commercial counselor, speaking of China's present financial crisis brought on by President Roosevelt's kiting of the price of silver (TIME, Aug. 20), purred: "It is quite natural that China should look to Japan for a loan." Franker, the Japanese Legation's spokesman hissed: "If we started to make demands on China we would have about 1,000 to make, not merely 21 nor any such conveniently small number. . . . There is only one sign post: China can't get along without...

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