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Chinese Premier Li Keqiang has said that improvements in ties with Japan have recently shown signs of gaining momentum ahead of a significant anniversary of the signing of a friendship treaty between the two countries.

During a Monday meeting with a business delegation from Tokyo led by a former lawmaker, Li said China would “cherish the momentum and bring (China-Japan relations) back to a right track,” noting that 2018 marks the treaty’s 40th year.

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