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Japan asks U.S. to abolish extra tariff on steel, aluminium imports


© Reuters. FILE PHOTO: Japan’s newly appointed Economy, Trade and Industry Minister Koichi Hagiuda, wearing a mask to protect herself from the COVID-19 outbreak, addresses a press conference in Tokyo, Japan, on October 5, 2021. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon

(Corrects for Thailand Representative to be removed)

TOKYO (Reuters). Japan’s trade minister asked for the United States’ removal of additional tariffs on steel and other imports from Japan. This request was made during a meeting between Washington’s trade representative Kyodo news reported.

This story has been corrected to delete reference to Thailand representative

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