TOKYO -- The leaders of China and Japan are expected to establish a new framework for talks on technological cooperation and intellectual property protections as well as revive a currency swap line when they meet next week.
These form part of a package of a broad agreement hashed out by Tokyo and Beijing ahead of the Oct. 26 meeting between Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe and Chinese President Xi Jinping in Beijing, aimed at accelerating the two countries' recent rapprochement.
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