Japanese trade officials expressed strong concern Friday over Washington’s failure to clarify the process leading up to the recent levying of dumping charges on Japanese supercomputers.

During bilateral review talks on the 1990 U.S.-Japan agreement on supercomputer procurement Friday in Tokyo, the Japanese side demanded that the U.S. clarify facts concerning the process of supercomputer purchases by the University Corporation for Atmospheric Research.

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