(Adds comments, details) By Masayuki Kitano TOKYO, May 25 (Reuters) - The leaders of Japan and Malaysia on Wednesday confirmed they had reached an agreement in principle on a free trade pact, a deal achieved after haggling over Japanese cars and steel and Malaysian farm products. Japan's accord with Malaysia, Southeast Asia's biggest passenger car market, is expected to lead to its fourth free trade agreement (FTA) and comes at a time when Tokyo has stepped up its pursuit of FTAs as it ...
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