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Relations between Japan and China have improved to the point that they may resume leaders’ visits to each other’s countries next year, Prime Minister Shinzo Abe suggested in Manila on Tuesday.

“At next year’s milestone of the 40th anniversary of the signing of the Japan-China peace and friendship treaty, we will propel Japan-China relations to a new level by deepening our exchanges, such as high-level visits,” Abe said at a news conference capping off his trip to Vietnam and the Philippines.

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