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Wagyu to return to China's dinner tables after 20-year import ban

Foreign ministers to sign agreement paving way for Japan to resume sales

Japanese beef sold at a supermarket in Taipei. Wagyu could become available for consumers in mainland China next year.

TOKYO -- Japan is set to resume beef exports to China as early as next year as Beijing relaxes its nearly two-decade ban under a new bilateral safety cooperation agreement, Nikkei has learned.

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