On October 7, 2019 the US signed two limited trade deals with Japan which slashed tariffs on American agricultural exports worth $7.2 billion. They did not however, address President Trump’s threatened auto tariffs. The two deals scrap Japanese tariffs on certain agricultural products amounting to $4.3 billion and meat products worth $2.9 billion while tariffs would remain on the other roughly $1.7 billion of agricultural products. As part of this deal, digital products such as digital media and
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