TOKYO, Oct 28 (Reuters) - Toyota Tsusho Corp. and Tomen Corp. said on Friday they have agreed to merge on April 1, a move that would create Japan's sixth-largest trading firm. The two companies said one Tomen share would be swapped for 0.069 share in Toyota Tsusho, an affiliate of Toyota Motor Corp. . They first announced the merger plan in December 2002.
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