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Over the Wire

Japan Will Continue Talks

By United Press

TOKYO, Monday Authoritative quarters said today that Japan desires to continue the Japanese American discussions at least two weeks' despite dissatisfaction with certain "Important fundamental points" in Washington's peace terms.

That she is not prepared, however, to abandon southward expansion, Lieut. Rianburo Ando, minister without port folio, revealed last night in predicting Japan will try to cut China's Burma Road and move into the Netherlands East Indies.

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