Japan may be forced to do bilateral trade deal with U.S.: ex-diplomat

Japan will have little choice but to enter into a bilateral trade deal with the United States similar to one President Donald Trump clinched with South Korea, a former top currency diplomat from Japan said. Naoyuki Shinohara, who was also deputy managing …
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