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Japan could make concessions on tariffs on some sensitive farm products, a key Cabinet minister said Tuesday as U.S. and Japanese officials began talks ahead of next week’s high-level multilateral negotiations on the Trans-Pacific Partnership.

A deal between the United States and Japan, the two biggest economies taking part in the talks on the TPP free trade pact, is vital if a broad agreement is to be clinched at talks among all 12 participants in Singapore that start Monday.

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