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President Obama to Demand Japan to Open Market to US Automakers


President Obama will continue to demand Japan to open auto market for the US automakers, as he meets Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe today. Among the conditions for Japan’s potential entry into the Trans-Pacific Partnership, would be opening the automarket for car makers such as GM, Ford and Chrysler. The partnership “is intended to be a comprehensive, ambitious, high-standard, 21st-century trade agreement,” ...
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