BEIJING – Japan and China failed again to resolve a bilateral trade dispute stemming from Japan’s import curbs on three farm products, despite a last-ditch attempt to settle the issue through a ministerial meeting held here on Tuesday.
During a three-hour meeting, Japanese and Chinese ministers were unable to overcome key differences, said Takeo Hiranuma, minister for economy, trade and industry.
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