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Japan and China are considering holding a ministerial-level economic meeting as early as this summer in Tokyo as part of efforts to improve bilateral relations, a government source said Monday.

It would be the first time that the Japan-China High-Level Economic Dialogue has been held since the last session in August 2010 in Beijing.

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