Japan, China pledge to work on economic ties amid heightened trade tensions

TOKYO (Reuters) – Japanese Foreign Affairs Minister Taro Kono and his Chinese counterpart kicked off the first high-level economic talks between their nations in eight years on Monday, at a time of tense trade relations with the United States for both …
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