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Japan puts Taiwan and Brunei atop its business travel agenda

Myanmar also considered as Tokyo moves to undo coronavirus restraints

Japan is eager to reopen business travel to and from a number of territories, including Taiwan, Brunei, Myanmar and Singapore, but not China.   © Reuters

TOKYO -- The Japanese government plans to begin talks about restarting business travel to and from Taiwan and Brunei, Nikkei has learned. The talks could begin in July.

Japanese officials, who expect flights to resume in the fall, believe Taiwan and Brunei carry low coronavirus risks as they have largely succeeded in halting the spread of COVID-19.

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