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U.S. Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross urged Japanese automakers Monday to reduce exports from Japan and Mexico while boosting production in the United States in order to slash the huge trade deficit.

“Automobiles are very important to U.S. trade deficits,” he said at an event on U.S.-Japan economic relations. “Changing rules in automotives are important to reducing our trade deficits.”

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