FILE PHOTO - U.S. Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump is seen between monitors on TV news at a foreign exchange trading company in TokyoBy Linda Sieg TOKYO (Reuters) - Armed with fact sheets on jobs created and investments made in America, Japan aims to give Donald Trump a crash course on its contribution to the U.S. economy in hopes of persuading him that Tokyo is different from Trump's favorite trade target, China. Tokyo wants Trump, who will become president next week, to see the merits of global trade, rethink his threats to impose a "border tax" on imports, and to stick to international trade deals on which Japan Inc bases its investment strategies.