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After 14 years, Tokyo and Seoul end currency swap program

TOKYO -- Japan and South Korea have let their 14-year-old currency swap program expire amid chilly bilateral relations.

     While the accord was aimed at enabling each country to secure foreign currencies from the other in times of crisis, diplomatic friction has affected economic and financial cooperation between them.

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