Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe

Trump and Abe Sign Trade Agreement


The United States and Japan are entering into a new trade agreement; they are working on a comprehensive deal of this kind. This was announced on Wednesday by U.S. President Donald Trump before meeting with Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe in New York, where the general political debate of the 74th session of the UN General Assembly is taking place these days.

“Together with my wonderful friend, Prime Minister Abe, I officially announce the first stage of an exceptionally new trade agreement with a close ally,” he said. The president called the treaty signed by both parties on Wednesday “the first step toward a new comprehensive trade deal” with Japan.

President of the United States Donald Trump during his visit to Japan announced plans to make trade between the two countries “fairer”. According to him, relations between Washington and Tokyo are going through better times than before, and economic cooperation is strengthening.

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