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Japan and China’s top universities will expand their collaboration to open the door for more academic and student exchanges, a move encouraged by the first meeting last year between the two countries’ current leaders, university officials said.

The University of Tokyo and Peking University struck a basic deal on the establishment of a “strategic partnership” in mid-January that will pave the way for them to bring their relationship beyond existing exchange agreements and carry out various joint programs more flexibly, the officials said Saturday.

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