Japan's Aso pushes back against U.S. pressure for bilateral trade deal

TAX HIKE UNDER WAY On domestic policy, Aso, who is also Japan’s finance minister, said budding signs of recovery in the economy and private consumption are paving the way for Japan to proceed with a twice-delayed sales tax hike now scheduled for October 2019.
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