Japan to urge US to lead free trade after Trump inauguration

Japan will continue to push the United States to join it in taking the lead in advancing free trade globally, officials and lawmakers said Saturday, after Donald Trump announced the country will begin withdrawing from the Trans-Pacific Partnership …
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