Kansai firms more concerned with Asian markets than Trump’s TPP pullout

OSAKA – For Kansai business leaders, Asia, particularly East Asia, has long been far more important economically than the United States. So it was understandable when they reacted coolly to Donald Trump’s victory in the U.S. presidential election …
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