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Morocco and Japan holding new negotiations for tax agreement

The Japanese government announced the start of negotiations with its Moroccan counterpart on a new tax agreement between the two countries.

The Japanese Foreign Ministry said in a statement that the two countries’ governments would soon launch their negotiations on a tax agreement, explaining that the first round of negotiations will be launched next Monday, February 4, in the Japanese capital Tokyo.

The announcement comes in the context of Japan’s entry into a series of negotiations with several international parties on trade agreements, led by negotiations with the United States and the European Union.

The context of the declaration of these negotiations is also characterized by the entry into the world trade relations and the growing differences.

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