China, Japan Ministers Meet For Key Economic Talks

From AFP:

Top ministers from China and Japan were to meet on Sunday to discuss the global financial crisis and ways to boost trade ties between the world’s number two and three economies.

The one-day Japan-China High-Level Economic Dialogue in Tokyo brings together a Beijing delegation led by Vice Premier Wang Qishan with senior Japanese officials headed by Foreign Minister Hirofumi Nakasone.

“This meeting is designed for the chiefs from the economic and other fields to get together and have cross-sector talks on how they should develop bilateral relations,” a Japanese government official said.

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