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Japanese business delegation visits China in trade outreach

Warmer Sino-Japanese relations to aid collaboration dialogue

Cooperation between China and Japan is vital given America's inward turn.

BEIJING -- A joint delegation of three Japanese business groups opened talks here Monday with Chinese counterparts to discuss cooperation between the two countries' private and public sectors amid a transforming international order.

"Japan and China's role in ensuring free trade has become increasingly important," said Chairman Shoji Muneoka of the Japan-China Economic Association in light of a growing protectionist bent from U.S. President Donald Trump and other leaders. "Business cooperation built on Japan and China's strengths should move forward."

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