Japan braces for Trump assault on trade, yen policy as summit looms

TOKYO (Reuters) – Japanese government officials are bracing for Donald Trump to get tough in trade talks, and are particularly anxious that the U.S. president could target Prime Minister Shinzo Abe’s weak-yen policies. The deal Trump clinched with South …
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