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Japanese and Chinese officials agreed Sunday to step up cooperation on energy-conservation and environmental measures during the first high-level governmental meeting since their leaders last month held official talks for the first time.

The one-day forum in Beijing, attended by a total of 500 government and company officials, comes as tensions between Asia’s two biggest economies have eased a little, particularly in nonpolitical fields.

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