talks with South Korea on export controls have ended By Reuters

Tokyo (Reuters) – A Japanese trade ministry official said on Monday that talks with South Korean officials on export controls, the first senior-level talks in 3-1/2 years, had ended.

The talks ended some three hours after they were set to, and Trade Minister Hiroshi Kajiyama was scheduled to speak with reporters shortly afterwards.

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