No agreement on trade policy

June 16, 1995

President Clinton refused to back down yesterday in a bitter dispute with Japan about its restrictions on the sale of U.S.-made cars, a trade fight that overshadowed the opening of a summit of the world's seven richest nations in Halifax, Nova Scotia.

Mr. Clinton said that he and Japanese Prime Minister Tomiichi Murayama failed to reach agreement during a 60-minute meeting about their countries' trade policies.

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