A Cheap Buck Won't Work

When President Clinton's long-awaited Japan trade policy is announced in the next few weeks, officials likely will stress import targets for supercomputers, auto parts, financial services, and other industries to curb Japan's $50 billion trade surplus with the U. S. But a potentially more potent remedymore foreign investment in Japanprobably will get only passing notice.

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