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Japan made its belated debut Tuesday as the 12th member of the Trans-Pacific Partnership trade negotiations in Malaysia after a four-month wait since announcing its intention to join the talks on creating one of the world’s largest free-trade areas.

Japan was allowed to join after the U.S., the leading TPP economy, completed domestic procedures.

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