Mexico to protect Japanese firms amid NAFTA rework: Japan official

MEXICO CITY (Reuters) – Japan’s foreign minister on Thursday said his Mexican counterpart promised to protect the interests of Japanese firms in talks to renegotiate the North American Free Trade Agreement. Japan’s Taro Kono told reporters in Mexico …
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