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Japan has suggested reducing tariffs on American agricultural products to levels agreed to under a revised Trans-Pacific Partnership if the United States agrees to remove levies on Japanese industrial goods, including automobiles. Do you think this would be an equitable deal for both countries?


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Of course not.

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Japan needs to develop its markets in Asia, form more rational trading partners, as it is obvious the US is now totally unstable and is only interested in America First and the hell with the rest.

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Absolutely not, because industrial goods - like machine tools and aircraft - are among the top US exports, and those sectors provide the best jobs.

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I personally don't think it'll be enough for Trump.

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Oh no, not more horrible US meat in the supermarkets.

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