Japan, U.S. likely to engage in trade talks in near future – Reuters poll

TOKYO (Reuters) – A firm majority of economists expect Japan will engage in bilateral trade talks with the United States in the near future, a Reuters poll showed ahead of next week’s high-level economic talks between the two nations. Japan and the United …
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