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Hit Back at Japan, Senate Urges

March 28, 1985|United Press International

WASHINGTON — The Senate passed a resolution today urging President Reagan to retaliate against Japanese imports unless Japan gives U.S. products greater access to its markets.

The non-binding resolution was approved 92 to 0. The debate that preceded the vote was filled with denunciations of Japan's trade policies and warnings that if more equal treatment is not forthcoming Congress will respond with actual retaliatory legislation.

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