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Strikes-Monopoly Ploys

ment But any formalisation of expanding trade and economic relations between Japan and the Comeeon countries has obviously to await further developments elsewhere. Perhaps the price set by the Soviet leaders for allowing Japan an entry into the East European economics was too stiff for the Prime Minister to entertain. A long-range policy of encircling and annihilating China may not be a prescription which would go down well with the electorate back home right at this juncture. Even as Tanaka retraced his steps to Tokyo, Gough Whitlam, the Australian Prime Minister, dropped in the too however had few words of immediate encouragement for Japan.

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