Japan, US forge progress on energy as Trump blasts trade gap

TOKYO — Monday’s summit highlighted Washington’s carrot-and-stick approach toward Tokyo on trade issues, as President Donald Trump pushed again for Japan to reduce its surplus with the U.S. even as the two sides struck deals on energy and infrastructure …
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