Facing Reality In Japan Trade

For months, the big question between the U.S. and Japan was whether the two sides could reach agreement in their so-called framework talks by Sept. 30. If not, would Washington invoke a trade-law provision called Super 301 and impose sanctions? How would Japan react? Would currency markets continue to "punish" Japan by pricing the yen even higher, thus making its exports more expensive?

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