Japan and China will hold working-level talks Tuesday and Wednesday in Beijing on setting up a consultation panel for “orderly trade” in three farm products, the Japanese farm ministry said Monday.

In bilateral ministerial talks Dec. 21, Tokyo and Beijing agreed to create a trade consultation panel as early as possible to solve a bilateral trade row over stone leeks, shiitake mushrooms and tatami straw, all of which come mostly from China.

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