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Tokyo elected its first female governor as it prepares to host the 2020 Olympics, with voters turning to a leader promising clean politics.
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The Bank of Japan pledged to increase purchases of exchange-traded funds but kept interest rates steady on Friday.
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Failure to ratify the U.S.-led pact won't fix the real problems underlying American anxiety over jobs, Michael Froman says.
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Alex Capri, NUS Business School, says he gives the U.S. President credit for walking back on most of his extreme positions on trade and foreign policy.