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Japan, Asia’s biggest economy, and New Zealand are in talks to share oil stockpiles during natural disasters and emergencies, the two countries said Thursday.

Both nations are working on a plan to strengthen cooperation in the area of energy security, Minister of Economy, Trade and Industry Akira Amari and New Zealand Associate Minister of Energy Harry Duynhoven said in a joint statement after holding discussions in Singapore.

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