Japan and Mexico will hold a two-day meeting in Mexico City to study details of a proposed bilateral free trade agreement, the Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry said Tuesday.

The meeting — starting Wednesday — will address ways to improve Mexico’s investment and business environment, cooperation in the resources and energy field, and other issues, the ministry said.

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