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China, Japan sign agreements to strengthen cooperation

BEIJING, Oct 26 (Reuters) - China and Japan on Friday signed a broad range of agreements on strengthening bilateral ties, pledging to step up cooperation in areas from finance and trade to innovation and securities listings, according to a Reuters witness.

The agreements were signed during Shinzo Abe’s visit to Beijing, the first by a Japanese prime minister in seven years, as Asia’s two biggest economies looked to further build relations and trust against a backdrop of trade friction with the United States. (Reporting by Philip Wen and Norihiko Shirouzu Writing by Ryan Woo; Editing by Sam Holmes)

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