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Japan escapes auto tariffs, but Trump is not done with trade deal

US president in search of more wins amid election pressure and China tension

NEW YORK -- During a signing ceremony for the U.S.-Japan trade agreement on Wednesday, President Donald Trump invited in members of farming organizations to the room at the InterContinental New York Barclay to witness his accomplishment. 

"This is a huge victory for America’s farmers, ranchers, and growers," he said. "And that’s very important to me."

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