Japan and Malaysia are signing a pact that will do away with almost all tariffs in 10 years, encouraging the flow of Japanese cars, Malaysian mangos and other products between the Asian nations. The deal, set to be signed later Tuesday during an Asian summit in Kuala Lumpur, falls somewhat short of a full-fledged free trade agreement because of exemptions that amount to 3 percent of the value of trade between the two nations, Japanese officials said
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