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Japan

(Daily News)
September 21, 2018

Japan is expected to continue to balk at a bilateral trade deal with the U.S. during high-level talks that will resume on Sept. 24, analysts say, but could be forced into negotiations in the face of sustained U.S. pressure and the threat of Section 232 tariffs on autos.


(Daily News)
August 18, 2018

The U.S., Japan and the European Union are expected to continue a joint effort to address Chinese trade practices next week, with officials slated to hold working-level talks in Washington to build on previous ministerial meetings.


(Daily News)
August 18, 2018

The U.S., Japan and the European Union are expected to continue a joint effort to address Chinese trade practices this week, with officials slated to hold working-level talks in Washington to build on previous ministerial meetings.


(In Trade)
August 10, 2018

“Both sides ... had frank discussions on both countries’ interests and views on trade and investment expressed so far, and deepened the understanding on their respective basic views and positions.”


(In Trade)
August 10, 2018

USTR: “They understand each other’s conditions for further discussions and plan to move forward with additional talks.”


(Daily News)
July 31, 2018

Japanese Economy Minister Toshimitsu Motegi is hoping to walk away from a meeting with U.S. Trade Representative Robert Lighthizer next month with an agreement similar to one the European Union struck with the U.S. last week, as both countries face pressure to make a deal.


(In Trade)
July 13, 2018

Japan halted imports of in 2003 after mad cow disease was found in U.S. cattle.


(Daily News)
July 03, 2018

The Japanese government along with industry associations representing the Japanese automobile and auto parts industry and individual Japanese auto companies have warned the U.S. Commerce Department that tariffs on autos and auto parts driven by national security would undermine the U.S. auto sector and economy.


(In Trade)
June 29, 2018

Japan is slated to be the second country to ratify the deal after Mexico did so in April.


(Daily News)
June 09, 2018

President Trump has proposed that the G7 countries eliminate all tariffs, non-tariff barriers and subsidies, he said at a leaders' summit in Canada on Saturday -- later condemning remarks made by Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau as “dishonest” and “weak.”


(Daily News)
June 09, 2018

President Trump has proposed that the G7 countries eliminate all tariffs, non-tariff barriers and subsidies, he said at a leaders' summit in Canada on Saturday.


(In Trade)
June 08, 2018

Japan's foreign ministry says President Trump and Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe agreed to prepare for the July meeting when they met at the White House on June 7.


(In Trade)
June 07, 2018

The president says Prime Minster Abe told him “they're buying billions and billions of dollars of additional products of all kinds,” including “military jets, airliners from Boeing, lots of farm products.”


(Daily News)
June 01, 2018

The United States, the European Union and Japan on Thursday pledged to tackle “non market-oriented policies and practices” by developing stronger World Trade Organization rules for industrial subsidies and state-owned enterprises, cooperating on technology transfer and laying out a list of conditions they say define a market economy.


(In Trade)
May 25, 2018

Japan’s Foreign Minister Taro Kono and Mexican Foreign Minister Luis Videgaray on Thursday pledged to cooperate to get the deal into force quickly.


(In Trade)
May 25, 2018

“In America, Toyota has 10 plants, 136,000 employees & 1,500 dealers that contribute to their local economies,” the company noted on Twitter.


(Daily News)
May 18, 2018

Japan will soon file its intent to withdraw World Trade Organization concessions equal to the amount of trade affected by Section 232 tariffs imposed by the U.S. on steel and aluminum imports, according to Japanese press reports and sources familiar with the action.


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