Deregulation as Market Opening in Japan

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Deregulation of Japan's economy is of interest to the United
States because regulations may work as nontariff barriers to U.S.
exports and contribute to the $60 billion U.S. bilateral
merchandise trade deficit. Excessive regulations also may hamper
the ability of the Japanese economy to recover from recession and
to augment world wide economic growth. The United States has
submitted a request of about 200 items that it would like Japan to
deregulate. Negotiations are continuing under the Framework Talks,
and some of the items will likely be included in the Japanese
government's five-year plan to deregulate and liberalize its
economy.

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Creation Date: February 1, 1995
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Deregulation of Japan's economy is of interest to the United
States because regulations may work as nontariff barriers to U.S.
exports and contribute to the $60 billion U.S. bilateral
merchandise trade deficit. Excessive regulations also may hamper
the ability of the Japanese economy to recover from recession and
to augment world wide economic growth. The United States has
submitted a request of about 200 items that it would like Japan to
deregulate. Negotiations are continuing under the Framework Talks,
and some of the items will likely be included in the Japanese
government's five-year plan to deregulate and liberalize its
economy.

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