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April 19th, 2010

Malaysia and Japan to explore new frontiers of cooperation

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Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak said the Look East Policy had served the country well for 28 years and it was now time to take the bilateral ties to another level and explore new areas of cooperation.

"We will be working together in the areas of green technology, renewable energy technology, biotechnology, nanotechnology and information and communications technology," he said on the second day of his official visit to Japan Monday.

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