THATCHER TELLS JAPAN TO OPEN ITS MARKETS

British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher bluntly told Japan Wednesday to open its markets or risk international retaliation. Mrs. Thatcher said Japan's position as an economic superpower had been made possible by open world markets. But Japanese restrictions, barriers, and subsidies ``make it hard, even impossible, for some imports to enter Japanese markets,'' she said.

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