What Has Japan And The U.S. Making Nice? China

The U.S. and Japan pulled out the long knives during their trade dispute over Japan's auto market this summer, at the same time that Washington seemed to be pushing the yen to painfully high levels. That sense of economic confrontation, greeting the 50th anniversary of World War II's end, appeared to raise the risk of a meltdown of the crucial relationship.

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