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U.S. hopeful for quick U.S.-Japan trade deal

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WASHINGTON — The Trump administration remains hopeful that a bilateral trade deal between the U.S. and Japan can be reached quickly.

President Donald Trump has said that, "Ultimately, we have a chance to make a good and very long-term trade deal with Japan."

The president is planning to travel to Japan in late May for a state visit with the new emperor.

Speaking of a possible timetable for new trade deal, Trump said, "I think it can go quickly. I think it can go fairly quickly. Maybe by the time I'm over there, maybe we sign it over. . .

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