Investing.com – The U.S. and Japan may fail to sign a trade deal this week due to President Donald Trump’s threat to place tariffs on Japanese autos, the New York Times reported Monday.
– A limited trade deal was expected this week, but is now likely to be delayed, the Times reported, citing people familiar with the negotiations.
– Japan wants a firm commitment not to tax its cars and a sunset clause to the deal if Trump decides to implement the tariffs, the paper said.
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