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Ford Motor Co (NYSE:F) chief Alan Mulally protested Japan’s fiscal and monetary policies that led to an 8 percent decline in the value of the yen against the dollar this year, calling it a devaluation of the currency. Mulally also called Japan “the most closed automobile market in the world,” and demanded that the country not be admitted to talks for the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TTP), a U.S.-led Pacific free trade pact, until it removed nontariff barriers on vehicle imports and distribution, and opened up its market to more US-built cars. Earlier this month, Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe had indicated the country’s interest in participating in the negotiations on TTP.

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