LIMA, Feb 21 (Reuters) - Peru will push for a free-trade pact with Japan, Peru's foreign minister said on Thursday, as the South American country aggressively pursues trade agreements two months after signing a landmark deal with the United States. The Andean country, which has one of the fastest growing economies in the world, is already working to forge pacts with China, Singapore and Mexico. "We want an agreement with Japan; We hope they put us on their agenda," Foreign Trade Minister ...
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