- May 08, 2018 -
Japan's Nissan said that it has not been regretted by the U.S. aluminum import restrictions
The Kyodo News Agency reported on May 1st that Japan’s economic industry minister Seok Koong-cheng’s statement on the 1st that Japan had not been granted a waiver of import restrictions on steel and aluminum products from the United States: “I am extremely sorry. I will work hard on the United States and continue to request exemption. ."
The talks showed that Japan will continue to request exemptions from the World Trade Organization (WTO) negotiation platform that sets the rules for free trade. The United States claims that the reason for the import restrictions lies in its negative impact on the security of the country. The Japanese side, on the grounds of its allies, claims that it is inappropriate to apply import restrictions on Japan.