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Treaty of Chengdu
Treaty on Ending the War and Mutual Cooperation Between China and Japan
Type of treaty Peace Treaty
Drafted 1943
Expiration None
Parties Flag of Japan Japan
Flag of the Republic of China China
Languages Japanese, Chinese, English

Use this to discuss and finalize the peace terms.

Drafts

Japanese proposal

  • China will join the Greater East Asian Co-Prosperity Sphere.
  • Japan will withdraw from Chinese territories.
  • Japan will gain control over the sea rights in the South China Sea and the Yellow Sea.
  • Extrajudicial rights for Japanese citizens.
  • Members of the so-called Korean government-in-exile are to handed over to the Japanese authorities.
  • Japanese companies be allowed to do business in China without barriers, or taxes, and Japanese goods may enter the Chinese market without tariffs. 
  • No nuclear weapons may be developed by China. 
  • Manshu and Chosen be recognized as an integral part of Japan.
  • China must leave Mongolia alone.

Chinese proposal

  • China will join the Greater East Asian Co-Prosperity Sphere.
  • Japan will withdraw from Chinese territories.
  • Japan will gain control over the sea rights in the South China Sea and the Yellow Sea.
  • Members of the so-called Korean government-in-exile are to handed over to the Japanese authorities.
  • Japan recognizes China's sovereignty, including the right to determine tariffs for all foreign trade.
  • Japanese companies will have more rights in China than other foreigners, as per the agreement in the 1920s, and Japan will be China's favored trade partner.
  • No nuclear weapons may be developed by China.
  • Manshu be recognized as an integral part of Japan.

Discussion

A lot of this is for formality as the Allies defeated Japan, anyway, and the Oslo Treaty demands Japan's withdrawal. Regarding Mongolia, China will reclaim it as Chinese land as Japan had expanded into Manchukuo and Korea. Besides that, China does not mind joining the Greater East Asia Co-Prosperity sphere but will not relinquish economic sovereignty. Knight of Malta (talk) 14:43, August 13, 2018 (UTC)


Actually, that was removed from the Treaty of Oslo, and I was technically a power who withdrew from the conflict. Also, you don't own my machinery so far as I know, and Mongolia must be left alone. With Blood and Iron (talk) 15:31, August 15, 2018 (UTC)

Final text of the Treaty

Signatories

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