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War footing

26 March 2018 By Quentin Webb

U.S. metals tariffs won’t hurt Tokyo much. But trade tensions can cause indirect harm too, since Japan is a big supplier to China, and market jitters unhelpfully boost the yen. President Trump’s scorn for a close ally hints at pressure to come over cars, agriculture and currency.

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