Japan rejects idea of US free-trade deal to fix imbalance

TOKYO — Japanese Finance Minister Taro Aso said Tuesday that trade imbalances with the United States should be addressed through U.S.-Japan economic dialogue, rather than through a bilateral free-trade agreement. “It is true that the United States runs …
( read original story …)


Related Post

China, Japan and South Korea highlight unity amid ...
views 57
TOKYO (Reuters) - The leaders of China, Japan and ...
Tokyo stocks open lower on concern over Fed tighte...
views 227
TOKYO: Tokyo stocks opened lower Thursday, trackin...
“Not a Credible Currency”: Japan’s Finance Ministe...
views 186
Japan Finance Minister Taro Aso claims that there ...
Toyota Vios Sports Edition and Tokyo Motors Show 2...
views 178
SHAH ALAM: Toyota customers who purchase their veh...
Bank of Japan Braces for Policy Adjustment to Spur...
views 32
Japan’s central bank is expected to modify its pol...
Japan Post group to target startups with new inves...
views 143
TOKYO -- Japan Post Bank and Japan Post Insurance ...
BoJ: Blockchain Could Come Under Dark Cloud Amid D...
views 254
The Bank of Japan’s director has said that it’s im...
Japan will not make concessions in two-way trade t...
views 224
TOKYO Japan will not make concessions on issues su...
Japan business mood brightens as recovery broadens...
views 219
TOKYO, April 3 (Reuters) - Japanese big manufactur...
Japan’s Kobe Steel CEO warns of deepening qu...
views 171
The head of Japan's Kobe Steel warned Thursday tha...