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China and Japan have signed seven documents concerning cooperation on logistics, education, forestry, and food safety.
The third China-Japan high-level Economic Dialogue was held at weekend in Beijing. Chinese Premier Wen Jiabao spoke highly of it when meeting the Japanese foreign minister. He said it had succeeded in promoting bi-lateral strategic cooperation.
The Dialogue was aimed at strengthening ties and was the first such one between the two countries since the Democratic Party of Japan took office in 2009. A large delegation from Japan attended the dialogue, which experts see as a signal that Japan is eager to strengthen economic relations with China.