The New Chip Pact: This Time It'll Probably Pay OffPaul Magnusson
The pattern of U. S.-Japan trade talks has become something of a ritual: As the deadline approaches for Washington to sock Tokyo with sanctions, tense negotiators shuttle from capital to capital. Warnings and invectives fly. Then, in the nick of time, Japan's Prime Minister offers a compromise that pleases no one--but is nonetheless accepted.
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