WASHINGTON – Senior Japanese and U.S. officials agreed Sunday that increasing foreign direct investment in Japan will boost the nation’s efforts to promote economic structural reforms, a Japanese official said.
At the opening meeting of bilateral investment talks, the U.S. side said foreign investment in Japan will bolster Japan’s reform efforts and help revitalize its economy, the official said.
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