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Japan, China to discuss development aid for developing countries

  • March 19, 2019
  • , Mainichi
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Mainichi reported that the Japanese and Chinese governments are likely to hold a bilateral dialogue on economic aid for developing nations in Beijing in April or May, saying that the participants are expected to discuss possible bilateral cooperation on extending ODA and humanitarian assistance to impoverished countries around the world. In a bid to arrange two trips to Japan by Chinese President Xi this year, including one in June on the sidelines of the G20 summit, the Japanese side is reportedly anxious to deepen dialogue with Beijing on a range of issues, including cooperation on high tech promotion and protection of intellectual property rights. Foreign Minister Kono and other cabinet officials are reportedly likely to travel to China in mid-April for “high-level economic dialogue.”  

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