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Japan and Turkey have struck a deal on a bilateral nuclear cooperation pact, laying the groundwork for companies of Asia’s second-biggest economy to export atomic technology to the fast-growing country, the Foreign Ministry said Friday.

The two countries will finalize the wording of the civilian nuclear power pact in the months ahead, the ministry said.

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