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Japan and Mexico agreed Tuesday to strive to conclude a bilateral free-trade agreement by the time Mexican President Vincente Fox visits Japan in autumn 2003, Japanese officials said.

The agreement was reached at a meeting between Keiji Furuya, senior vice minister of economy, trade and industry, and Mexican Economy Secretary Luis Ernesto Derbez, the officials said.

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