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Trade war

Japan dodges beef tariff row with US as imports stay low

Quarterly meat purchases miss threshold for higher duty

U.S. beef goes into gyudon, a fast-food staple in Japan.

TOKYO -- Japan's imports of beef have come in below a level that would have triggered an automatic tariff hike, avoiding a potential flare-up in trade tensions with U.S. President Donald Trump.

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