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Japanese and United States trade officials began two-day talks on Monday in Washington, as the U.S. continues to press Japan to open its auto market to greater imports.

The talks aim to narrow remaining gaps ahead of a meeting by chief negotiators on the Trans-Pacific Partnership free-trade deal next month.

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