Japan labors to add ‘fair’ and ‘reciprocal’ angle to free trade

TOKYO — Although Japan and the U.S. will begin new “free, fair and reciprocal” trade talks soon, the two countries share little common ground as Washington tries to score a bilateral deal while Tokyo holds out for the original TPP. Dubbed the “FFR” talks …
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