Japan and the United States have decided to postpone sub-Cabinet-level economic meetings initially scheduled for this week due to the terrorist attacks on the U.S., senior officials at the Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry said Thursday.

The two countries had planned to hold a meeting in Tokyo today titled Investment Initiative, along with another Saturday to discuss a broad range of issues, including macro-economic policy.

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