Your Move, JapanAmy Borrus
It was a balmy Sunday afternoon, but the mood inside the Oval Office on May 7 was somber. President Clinton, Treasury Secretary Robert E. Rubin, and other top economic advisers were mulling punitive tariffs against Japan after the collapse of talks aimed at prying open Tokyo's auto market.
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