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President Donald Trump looks toward Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe during their joint news conference in the White House on Friday. (AP)

New economic talks to blend Trumponomics with Abenomics

Post TPP, leaders agree on pursuing rules-based trade and investment

TSUYOSHI NAGASAWA and TSUBASA SURUGA, Nikkei staff writers | Japan

WASHINGTON/TOKYO -- After blasting the Trans-Pacific Partnership on the campaign trail, and recently criticizing Japan for unfair trade practices, U.S. President Donald Trump has agreed with Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe to begin new economic talks between the two countries at Friday's White House summit.

The duo agreed to establish a new framework for economic dialogue led by U.S. Vice President Mike Pence and Taro Aso, the Japanese deputy prime minister and finance minister, Abe said. Pence will be making an early visit to Tokyo to kick start the talks.

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