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Japan and South Korea have agreed to continue discussions over export controls after trade officials wrapped up marathon discussions early Wednesday.

“We exchanged information and welcomed the progress each side has made,” said Yoichi Iida, head of the trade control department at Japan’s trade ministry. “But we agreed we are still only halfway there.”

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