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U.S. may make tough demands on trade at U.S.-Japan summit

NHK reported on its website that President Trump has announced the presidential delegation for the U.S.-Japan summit, saying that in addition to officials in charge of North Korea, USTR Lighthizer and Assistant to the President for Economic Policy Kudlow will attend the summit. The network also reported that Vice President Pence and National Security Advisor Bolton will be among the delegation. The network said the President stressed at a recent event that the trade situation with friendly countries is getting worse and expressed hope to reduce the U.S. trade deficit. Noting that the President has expressed eagerness to enter FTA talks with Japan, the network said the U.S. may make tough demands of Japan on trade.

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