Market-Oriented Sector-Selective

(U.S./Japan) Bilateral trade discussions between the U.S. and Japan begun in January 1985 in an effort to remove many trade barriers at once in a given sector. MOSS talks have focused on five sectors: (1) telecommunications, (2) medical equipment and pharmaceuticals, (3) electronics, (4) forest products, and (5) auto parts. Overall, the talks focus high-level attention on reducing certain market obstacles opening communication channels to resolve follow-up disputes.

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