China, Japan and South Korea to begin talks for free trade

A spokesperson for the Chinese Trade Ministry, Shin Danyang, said that the first round of talks between the three countries would take place in Seoul on March 26-28.

China, Japan and South Korea to begin talks for free trade

World Bulletin / News Desk

China, Japan and South Korea will begin talks for a free trade agreement between themselves.

A spokesperson for the Chinese Trade Ministry, Shin Danyang, said that the first round of talks between the three countries would take place in Seoul on March 26-28.

Danyang stressed that the possible free trade agreement would be beneficial for the whole region.

Three meetings between China, Japan and South Korea are expected within 2013 for the free trade agreement.

Three giant economies of Asia, China, Japan and South Korea have various political disputes among themselves, including various ones on seas.

 

 

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