Japan and the United States have agreed to resolve their ongoing civil aviation dispute in September by resuming formal negotiations early next month in Tokyo, Transport Ministry officials said July 11.

The agreement was reached after three days of unofficial talks held in Portland, Ore. Both sides decided to hold official vice-ministerial level talks in Tokyo in early August toward an agreement over both passenger and cargo services.

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