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??? Prime Minister, Mr. Edward Heath, arrived in Japan on Saturday (September 16) in the first visit there by a British Prime Minister.
??? greeted by the recently-elected Japanese Premier, Mr. Kakuri ??? in an indoors ceremony at Hanede Airport. Rain had washed out ??? outdoor guard of honour.
??? heath is on a four-day official visit to seek Japanese views on ??? changing international political, monetary and trade situation. He ??? Sunday relaxing and sightseeing before beginning serious talks on ???
??? public political problems ??? between the two industrial nations, ??? recently difficulties emerged over a large, sudden Increase in ??? exports of some consumer products to Britain--drawing complaints ??? British manufacturers of similar products.
SYNOPSIS: At Hanada Airport in Tokyo, Japan, heavy rain preceding a typhoon ??? out a ??? outdoors guard of ??? for Saturday's arrival of Britain Prime Minister, Mr. Edward Heath.
Instead Mr. Heath, the first ever British Prime Minister to visit J??? was met by Japanese Primer Kakuni Tanake in an indoors ceremony. At present were four other ministers, members of the British diplomatic and other officials. During his ??? day visit, Mr. Heath is to seek Japanese views on the changing international political, monetary ??? trade situation.
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Mr. Heath spent the following day relaxing and ???ing before beginning serious talks on Monday.