BEIJING – Japan and China finally struck a deal Friday to resolve their trade row over tit-for-tat import curbs.
Tokyo agreed not to impose emergency import restrictions on three farm products mainly shipped in from China, while Beijing agreed to remove its retaliatory tariffs on Japanese industrial products.
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