When Will Bush Stop Thinking Small On Japan?Robert Neff
It could have been a watershed. With the U.S. economy in the tank and with such big companies as IBM and General Motors Corp. shrinking, President Bush might have seized the moment at the summit in Japan to redefine America's relations with its most important economic rival. But he didn't come close.
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