Japan, U.S. hold summit talks in

Japanese Prime Minister Keizo Obuchi and U.S. President Bill Clinton shake hands Tuesday, Sept. 22, before their informal summit at a New York hotel. During the three-hour meeting, the two leaders agreed that Japan must quickly fix its banking system and economy to help Asian and other world economies. Obuchi also accepted an invitation from Clinton to visit Washington early next year, to continue what Obuchi called ''very candid'' talks on ''very substantive and important'' issues.

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