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U.S. Cabinet members told Japanese industry minister Hiroshige Seko on Thursday that the United States regards the fiscal stability of Toshiba Corp., the ailing parent company of Westinghouse Electric Co., as extremely important.

Speaking to reporters after separate talks with Energy Secretary Rick Perry and Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross in Washington, Seko said he agreed with them to share information about developments involving Toshiba and its troubled U.S. nuclear affiliate.

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