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Japan and Cuba plan to hold the first meeting of a joint public-private conference in early November in Havana as part of efforts to expand bilateral economic ties, a Japanese government source said Sunday.

The two countries agreed to launch the dialogue involving the governments and companies when Foreign Minister Fumio Kishida visited Cuba in May.

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