What America Can Do
As President Clinton pursues free-trade initiatives elsewhere, Washington's primary goal with Japan must be to increase market share for specific U.S. products and investments. To that end, calm, polite, and calibrated pressure is in order. So far, Clinton has performed admirably. His refusal to paper over the failure of recent trade talks brings clarity and focus to the longstanding problem.
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