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Japan closely looking at possible trade policy of Biden if elected president 

Yomiuri wrote that trade policy will be one of the major issues that Japan would need to deal with if former Vice President Biden were elected president. The paper wrote that there is a prevailing view among Japanese businesses that Biden would probably uphold President Trump’s trade policy on auto trade and other sectors because although he supported the TPP under the Obama administration, he has expressed a clear policy of attaching importance to domestic industry with the aim of winning support from the working class. Concerning his policy toward China, the paper wrote that although Biden has criticized President Trump’s punitive duties on China, he would probably ask Japan and other U.S. allies to cooperate in rectifying the unfair trade imbalance.  

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