Japan, China finance ministers to meet in Beijing as relations improve

TOKYO (Reuters) – Finance ministers and officials from Japan and China are to meet in Beijing on Aug. 31, a Japanese official said, a sign of improving ties amid Sino-U.S. trade tensions. Japanese Fin…
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