China releases Japanese man jailed for spying in Guangzhou

A Japanese man sentenced to prison in Guangzhou, southern China, in 2019 has been released and will be returning home, the Japanese Consulate General in the city said on Monday.Although the man’s identity has not been revealed, he is believed to be an employee of major Japanese trading house Itochu Corp in his 40s who was sentenced in the fall of 2019 for harming China’s national security, according to people familiar with the matter.In November 2019, Japanese Foreign Minister Toshimitsu Motegi…

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