Trade war: Japan kept out of China’s exemption list

TOKYO: As U.S. President Donald Trump dealt a blow to China with plans to slap tariffs on $60 billion of trade, he quietly delivered a slap in the face to one of Washington’s closest allies, Japan, which got no exemption from earlier announced duties.
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