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Japan and Taiwan failed to reach a deal in their second joint fisheries panel meeting Thursday on an order covering waters off the disputed Senkaku Islands long controlled by Japan in the East China Sea, officials of both sides said.

Both sides will continue talks on establishing a fishing order that covers the waters, with the annual tuna season set to start there around April, they said.

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