Sino-Japanese Friendship and Trade Treaty
The Sino-Japanese Friendship and Trade Treaty (Nisshin shūkō jōki (日清修好条規)) was the first treaty between Japan and China It was signed on 13 September 1871 in Tientsin by Date Munenari and Plenipotentiary Li Hongzhang.1
The treaty guaranteed the judiciary rights of Consuls, and fixed trade tariffs between the two countries.1
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