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Season 3

Episode 60

(Industrial exchange meeting (4)

"I..." Autumn glanced at Charles and turned to Mr. Seiten, "The one thing I have never done and do not plan to do is to interfere in Charles's business, so..."

Seiten was anxious and just when he was about to speak again, Charles did not give him the chance and addressed him directly, "From today onward, all the subsidiaries of Shining Company will cease to cooperate with your company."

Seiten was shocked as he saw Charles and Autumn leave. He could not maintain his composure and suddenly slapped Hoada Masahiro. "When you provoke somebody, open your eyes and see clearly. You've brought me so much trouble. You are fired now get out of here!"

Seiten was trying to maintain Light House Company's reputation through this industry exchange meeting, and when finally he saw such a big opportunity it slipped right through his fingers. Seiten was going to have a nervous breakdown as he recalled how the event had unfolded.

"Mr. Seiten, this is really......" Hoada Masahiro did not know how to explain himself, "Please give me another chance and I will make it up to you."

"Get out of my sight now, I don't want to see you anymore." Seiten did not want to waste another second talking to Hoada Masahiro.

Autumn was not so happy after coming out of the hotel. "What is it? Are you unhappy because you lost the cooperation?"

Charles smiled and asked Autumn while gripping her hands.

Autumn shook her head immediately.

"No, though I was unhappy about losing the cooperation, after all I did end up wasting so much of my time and effort, but... I also feel it was unfortunate to cooperate with this kind of person. I was just thinking about how you lost an important partner like Light House Company, do you think it was worth it?''

"My silly girl." Charles stroked Autumn's hair and said to her, "You are my wife, and everything I do for you is worth it." "But..." Autumn still wanted to continue her rant, but Charles would not let her continue. "Well, it really doesn't matter if I earn a little less."

Upon hearing Charles say so, Autumn did not say anything further, as they took a stroll in the streets of Japan before returning to the hotel.

Once they reached the hotel, Leila came over at once, but then she was a little shocked to see Autumn standing beside Charles. She did not look so good but still greeted them, "How was it, Mr. Lu?"

One of the most important agendas for their trip to Japan was the cooperation with Light House Company. She forced herself to ignore Autumn and share a few words with Charles.

"We will be terminating all cooperation with Light House Company starting today, and I will take all responsibility for it." Charles said to Leila. As soon as he finished speaking, David who was lagging behind caught up as he heard about what they were talking about. He felt confused but decided not to say anything.

But Leila was indifferent, she frowned as she heard what Charles had to say. "Mr. Lu, You know better than I do about how much cash flows between Light House Company and us. How could you give the cooperation up so easily? And have you forgotten why we came to Japan in the first place?"

After Leila said this, Autumn felt more guilty. Charles had sacrificed so much for her, but she felt that she was always dragging him down like an anchor instead.

"Leila, what are you talking about!"

Charles frowned as David sternly said to Leila, "Please don't forget who you are. Is this your position to say something like this?"

"I..." Leila realized what she said was inappropriate. When she saw the serious look of Charles, she was suddenly shook. She apologized at once, "Sorry, Mr. Lu."

Charles did not say anything, but Leila just continued speaking, "I was only worried about the company's development and spoke solely out of concern, after all..."

"Are you done?" Charles looked at Leila with a cold look and said, "This is my business, which has nothing to do with the company. Remember who you are and speak within that limit. If you cross the line again, I will not spare you."

Leila was a very capable and hardworking woman, but if she interfered with such attitude all the time, Charles would not tolerate it.

"David, please pack up our luggage. We are going home." Charles walked past Leila while holding Autumn's hand, how Leila hoped that was her hand Charles's was holding.

"Why are you still here? Hurry up and pack everything quickly." Looking at Leila in a daze, David pushed her aside and said, "Leila, you really have to control yourself and put a tape on your mouth. If you go on like this, Mr. Lu will fire you sooner rather than later." David knew that it's no use to be equivocal, so he said it blatantly, "I know you like Mr. Lu, but don't forget, he is a happily married man.

Mrs. Lu is your benefactor, if you continue to act in this manner, it really will make me look down on you."

"I......" Leila looked at David with an embarrassed expression, as she felt all her secrets were revealed in the open for everyone to see. She was helpless but did not intend to give up. "No, I don't. I just thought that since Autumn's arrival, Mr. Lu had been acting very unprofessional. Aren't we here to seek cooperation with Light House Company?

But he just gave up so easily, this must have had something to do with her. I am sure of it."

"So what?" David looked at Leila, "Even if it does have something to do with Mrs. Lu, it has nothing to do with you, keep that in mind! I'm advising you to behave yourself, they are a couple, and you're simply an outsider, so you are in no position to say about their lives."

"What would you know!" Leila shouted angrily at David, and then she marched upstairs to pack up all of her belongings.

Looking at Leila walk away, David knew for certain that Leila would not pay heed to his solemn advise. It was somehow a hopeless bid, but he felt better knowing he had done his part. No matter what Leila did to annoy Charles, it would have nothing to do with him in the future.

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