Japan, U.S. to seek first trade talks under new framework in July

TOKYO (Reuters) – Japan and the United States are working to hold their first bilateral trade talks under a new framework in July, Japan’s Foreign Ministry said, in a sign Washington may ratchet up pressure on Tokyo to open up its markets. U.S. President …
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