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Japan's trade surplus in 2016 stirs fears of backlash by US

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Toyota Motor Corporation Akio Toyoda at the North American International Auto Show in Detroit two weeks ago. Toyota has said it will invest US$600 million and add 400 jobs to a plant in Indiana under a plan to invest US$10 billion in the US over the next five years.

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JAPAN recorded its first trade surplus in six years in 2016, the Ministry of Finance said on Wednesday, in an announcement seen as politically-sensitive, given Tokyo's anxiety about becoming entangled in a trade war with the US administration of President Donald Trump.

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