Japan and Myanmar agreed Tuesday to work on creating a report over the coming two years on Japanese support for economic structural reform in Myanmar, a Japanese Foreign Ministry official said.

The report will be prepared based on discussions by three bilateral working groups, covering the fields of finance, industry and trade, and agriculture and rural community development, the official said.

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