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The government has estimated that a bilateral trade agreement Japan recently signed with the United States will push up gross domestic product by around 0.8 percent, officials said Friday.

If calculated in terms of the nation’s GDP in fiscal 2018, the increase amounts to about ¥4 trillion ($37 billion). The government predicts the creation of some 280,000 jobs as a result of the trade deal.

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