By Jonathan Lynn MANILA, Aug 25 (Reuters) - Japan and 10 Southeast Asian countries agreed on Saturday to reduce barriers to trade in a deal that will make Japan's markets more accessible to Southeast Asia and increase Japanese investment in the region. "All the parties were able to finalise their lists for regional exchange of concessions for trade in goods," Japanese Trade Minister Akira Amari said. "This will be one step toward furthering economic integration in the East Asian ...
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