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When Japan and China are communicating, everyone benefits

Regular talks between the economic giants promotes global stability

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Chinese and Japanese officials meet for high-level economic talks in Tokyo on April 16. (Pool/AP)

Welcome signs of a diplomatic thaw between Japan and China are emerging. Earlier this month in Tokyo, the countries held their first high-level economic talks in eight years. Meanwhile, after initial resistance, China has warmed to the idea of a trilateral summit between Japan, China and South Korea, with Premier Li Keqiang set to visit Japan in May for the event.

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