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KOYA JIBIKI, Nikkei staff writer January 31, 2020 07:41 JST | Japan
TOKYO -- 2020 will be a milestone year for Sino-Japanese relations as Chinese President Xi Jinping prepares to visit Japan as a state guest this spring.
The two countries are considering having Xi and Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe sign a new political document in Tokyo to define future bilateral ties.
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