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Japan and South Korea agreed Saturday to launch talks on resuming a currency swap deal, reflecting newly cooperative relations between the two neighbors.

The two began operating a swap agreement in 2001, but testy ties precluded any effort to extend or renew it when it expired in February last year.

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