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Tiffany Yuan

The United States wants Japan to increase its capacity in the US.

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On Oct. 5, U.S. Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross said Japan should take additional measures to reduce Japan's $40 billion auto trade surplus with the United States, and the U.S. Commerce Department will continue to investigate whether imported vehicles and parts pose a threat to national security.

In an interview, Ross said the "best way" to solve Japan's auto trade surplus was to shift production to the United States. Ross declined to respond to whether the United States would seek voluntary restrictions on auto exports from Japan in trade negotiations. "Negotiations will determine the methodology we adopt and there are many ways to solve the problem," Ross said. We want to increase the capacity of all goods in the United States, which is our demand for all. "


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