Pedestrians make their way through a shopping district in Tokyo, Japan. Reuters
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Japan’s top government spokesman said on Wednesday that auto import restrictions by Washington would adversely affect the US and global economies.
Japan’s exports slipped for a ninth straight month in August as international trade tensions ramped up risks for the world’s third-largest economy, although the decline was slightly
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