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Japan worries Trump could link security and trade

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Japan worries Trump could link security and trade

Japan worries Trump could link security and trade

Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe could find his oft-touted close ties with Donald Trump sorely tested at a summit this week in which Tokyo fears the U.S. leader will to try to link vital security matters with touchy trade topics.

Ed Giles reports.

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