About 20 business leaders from Japan and the United States are slated to meet in California to discuss a variety of topics including trade issues and global warming problems March 1-2, the Japan-U.S. Business Council chairman in Japan said Monday.

Exchange rate issues, electronic commerce and Asia’s economic crisis are also among the topics to be discussed at the 24th annual Japan-U.S. Joint Executive Committee Meeting, to be held prior to the business council’s upcoming annual meeting in July, said Minoru Makihara, the council chairman and president of Mitsubishi Corp.

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