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 Japan, China may jointly develop mobile network

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Date posted: 28/04/2009

The leaders of Japan and China may this week discuss jointly developing a next-generation mobile telephone network for the Chinese market, a government official said Tuesday.

Japan uses the so-called third-generation (3G) mobile phone standard, which allows smooth transmission of images and music files, while second-generation technology still predominates in China.

Japanese Prime Minister Taro Aso is expected to meet Chinese Premier Wen Jiabao on Wednesday and President Hu Jintao on Thursday in Beijing.

A Japanese industry ministry official said a mobile phone system upgrade "is one of the subjects that they may discuss during the summit" but he added that no agreement was expected yet.

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