Chinese seek war chemicals compensation

Robinson, Simon
May 2006
ICIS Chemical Business;5/29/2006, Vol. 1 Issue 21, p12
Trade Publication
The article deals with the compensation demanded by the Chinese victims of leaked chemical weapons during World War II from the Japanese government. A group of seven Chinese people met the members of Japan's ruling Liberal Democratic Party in Tokyo, Japan in May 2006. Besides compensation for symptoms such as burns, impaired vision and trauma, the victims also want the Japanese to clean up the affected areas.


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