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Trade Minister Seko to visit U.S.

  • March 14, 2017
  • , Jiji
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Jiji reported that Minister of Economy, Trade and Industry Seko will visit the U.S. on March 15-18 to hold meetings with Commerce Secretary Ross, National Economic Council Director Cohn, and Energy Secretary Perry. Seko plans to discuss such issues as U.S.-Japan cooperation in infrastructure development and a framework for bilateral trade in preparation for the U.S.-Japan Economic Dialogue to be launched in April. Seko and Energy Secretary Perry may discuss the restructuring of Westinghouse, which triggered the current financial crisis of Toshiba. The ministry has already sent its officials to Washington to give the U.S. a briefing on the situation of Toshiba.

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