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Japan is willing to host a meeting between chief negotiators of the newly signed 11-member Trans-Pacific Partnership free trade pact in June or July, a minister responsible the pact said Friday.

Toshimitsu Motegi told a press conference the planned meeting will confirm progress in each country’s domestic procedures to bring the deal into force, as well as discuss responses to other nations and regions interested in joining the framework.

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