Thailand asked Japan to import more agricultural products and promote technology transfers Sept. 2 to help the Southeast Asian country through its economic problems.

Pitak Intrawitraityanunt, deputy minister of foreign affairs of Thailand, made the request at the start of a two-day bilateral economic structural meeting in Tokyo. The meeting is the fifth since 1985 to promote economic cooperation between the two nations.

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