Japan has agreed to resume imports of heat-treated processed poultry products from China, on condition that Chinese processing plants clear hygiene norms to be specified by Japan, agriculture ministry officials said Friday.

The deal was reached the same day at a meeting in Tokyo between Japanese officials and Chinese government representatives, weeks after Japan banned imports of Chinese chicken and other poultry products, said the officials at the Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries Ministry.

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