Japan, China and South Korea will soon launch a high-level economic dialogue forum to spur trade and investment and forge closer financial relations amid a rapidly changing economic landscape.

Government sources said Wednesday that the unprecedented trilateral forum, proposed by Japan, will hold its inaugural meeting at the bureau chief-level in Tokyo by the end of the month.

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