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Health ministers from Japan, China and South Korea agreed Monday in Tokyo to share information on food safety and coordinate measures against swine flu.

At their third regular meeting, the ministers signed a memorandum on food safety that according to the health ministry is the first of its kind, and issued a joint statement pledging to boost cooperation on food and health-related issues.

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