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American and Chinese officials attend the Diplomatic and Security Dialogue in Washington on June 21.   © Reuters

US, China agree to restrain business with North Korea

Chinese diplomats leave without talking to reporters, issuing statement

TSUYOSHI NAGASAWA and OKI NAGAI, Nikkei staff writers | China

WASHINGTON -- The U.S. on Wednesday said that it and China has agreed to restrain companies from their two nations from doing businesses with North Korean entities now under United Nations sanction.

The announcement came after the first meeting under what is being called the U.S.-China Diplomatic and Security Dialogue.

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