Japan hopes to leave farms out of U.S. economic talks – sources

Taro Aso, Japan’s finance minister and deputy prime minister, and Vice President Mike Pence, who is expected to visit Japan next month, will lead the bilateral talks. A spokeswoman at the U.S. embassy in Tokyo said the embassy was not in a position to comment.
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