Japan and Malaysia agreed to accelerate talks to conclude a free-trade agreement as they ended their sixth round of negotiations Saturday in Tokyo, officials said.
The two countries agreed to continue negotiating to narrow differences over key issues such as abolishing tariffs on Japanese automobile and steel products and plywood imports from Malaysia, the officials said.
During three days of negotiations at the Foreign Ministry, officials from the two sides held talks on specific industry sectors.
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