About 300 lawmakers adopted a resolution Tuesday urging Prime Minister Yoshihiko Noda to not declare that Japan will participate in negotiations in the Trans-Pacific Partnership free-trade accord when he visits the United States later this month.
There has been little national debate on Japan’s possible entry into the TPP negotiations in the absence of sufficient information disclosed by the government, the resolution said.
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