BRUSSELS, June 19 (Reuters) - Japan and the European Union will discuss lowering trade barriers when top officials meet next month in a new bid to boost one of the world's biggest economic relationships. Japanese Economy, Trade and Industry Minister Akira Amari and European Enterprise Commissioner Guenter Verheugen will meet in Japan in early July to start new, higher-level talks to smooth trade and business, a person familiar with the plan said. "There are regulatory barriers for ...
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