As Trumps heads to Tokoyo, Japan's firms brace for trade war impact
United States President Donald Trump visits Japan this weekend, a trip marked by pomp and ceremony. He's due to attend a sumo match, play golf with Prime Minister Shinzo Abe and meet newly-crowned Emperor Naruhito.
Big businesses will be analysing his meeting with Abe for any talk on trade as Trump threatens to increase tariffs on imports of Japanese cars if trade talks aren't successful within six months.
Al Jazeera's Wayne Hay reports from Tokyo.
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