Japan calls for fight against protectionism as trade war fears bubble - business live

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Rolling coverage of the latest economic and financial news, as Japanese finance minister Taro Aso hits out at protectionism and unfair trade practices 8.13am GMT Aso’s comments came as one of Japan’s many tech companies revealed it had been hurt by the US-China trade dispute. Nidec, a Japanese precision motor maker, slashed its profit forecast by a quarter and warned that the trade war is deterrin
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