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April 24, 1993|From Times Staff and Wire Reports

Commerce Secretary Calls for Trade Targets: America wants trade agreements that produce "tangible, measurable results," Commerce Secretary Ronald H. Brown said in Tokyo, reinforcing the apparent backbone of the Clinton Administration's new trade policy toward Japan. "Markets will be considered open, not when rules and regulations change, but when we see that American products, successful all over the world, have an equal opportunity for success in Japan," Brown told the American Chamber of Commerce in Japan. Brown said targets need not be increased market share for American products in Japan but could be measured in overall growth in American exports.

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