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The finance ministers and central bank chiefs of Japan, China and South Korea agreed Thursday to press ahead with purchases of each other’s bonds to further strengthen their financial cooperation.

Under the agreement, Finance Minister Jun Azumi announced that Tokyo will purchase government bonds from South Korea for the first time to diversify Japan’s foreign-exchange reserves and improve the credit-worthiness of South Korea.

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