Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe during a press conference held in Tokyo following his meeting with US President Donald Trump, said that over the past two years, Japanese companies have invested more than 240 billion yen in the US. During this period, they created about 45 thousand new jobs. According to the Japanese premiere, investment by Japanese companies in the automotive and energy sectors of the United States has increased by 1 billion yen over the past month. At the same time, US President Donald Trump, during his speech at a press conference, noted that representatives of the two countries are currently working on a trade agreement that will remove trade barriers and have a positive impact on both economies. According to finversia.ru, the US trade deficit with Japan reaches almost $57 billion a year.
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