The Japan Automobile Manufacturers Assn. is making a strong pitch for Japanese membership in the 9-nation Trans-Pacific Partnership, a regional free-trade bloc seen by many as the forerunner to an Asia/Pacific free-trade zone. The cover on a new JAMA brochure claims boldly that “Free Trade is Good for Everyone,” followed by “Making the Trans-Pacific Partnership a Win-Win-Win for All Member Countries.” Multilateral talks to enlist more Eastern and Western Pacific ...

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