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BRIEFLY

January 28, 1988

Japan has unofficially decided to retain its curbs on car exports to the United States at 2.3 million units for the next financial year, a senior official of the Ministry of International Trade and Industry said. A formal announcement is expected shortly. The Japanese government has been caught between U.S. car makers, which have pressed for a reduction in the export quotas, and their Japanese counterparts, which wanted the limits scrapped entirely.

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