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Xi-Abe summit to trigger dozens of cross-border deals

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SHANGHAI/TOKYO -- From trading Nikkei Stock Average-related products on the Shanghai Stock Exchange to jointly funding overseas infrastructure, companies from China and Japan will be signing an array of deals when the leaders of the two countries meet in Beijing on Friday.

As Beijing ditches its cold-shoulder strategy and seeks to improve relations with Tokyo amid a deepening U.S.-China trade war, Japanese companies are also eager not to miss out on the opportunities. Hundreds of business leaders are scheduled to accompany Prime Minister Shinzo Abe to China, the first official visit by a Japanese leader in seven years.

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