Current Trade Relations Between Us And Japan


There has always been a prevalent war between the strongest nations in the world. These activities either end up strengthing the world economy or hampering with it. Yet again the leaders aren’t at peace and keep demanding for more and more. Renowned Us president Donald Trump arrived in Japan on Saturday for a largely ceremonial state visit and the Tokyo Sky Tree tower was lit up red, white and blue in his honor. This was a facade to the public for increasing trade tension. He arrived amidst the high ranking business officials from Toyota, Nissan, SoftBank, and Rakuten and examined them how there has never been a better time to invest in the United States. He kept complaining about how the Federal Reserve Policies have kept Us economy growth from reaching its full potential. As trade talks were going on Trump also dug into the trade imbalance between the two countries and how he wanted to report the problem and ensure fairness and reciprocity.

“Japan has had a substantial edge for many, many years, but that’s okay, maybe that’s why you like us so much,” he said.
Trump is planning to meet up with Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe on Sunday day for having a gala time and r re-enhancing their warm relationship, which the Japanese leader aims to emphasize as Washington considers tariffs on Japanese auto exports that the Trump administration views as a potential national security threat.

Meanwhile, the US is in the middle of an expensive trade war with China in protest against Beijing’s treatment of US companies, and tensions with Japan and the European Union over trade are simmering.
Trump and Abe are expected to address Trade talks on Monday but officials have played down the possibility of a deal during the visit.


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