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Asia | 20 July 2018 Japan's Trade Balance Continues to Whipsaw Where is it Going Next
Japan's trade surplus has whipsawed recently. Sharp changes are to be expected in January and February, due to the shifting timing of Chinese New Year.

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20 July 2018 Japan's Trade Balance Continues to Whipsaw Where is it Going Next

By Freya Beamish

Japan's trade surplus has whipsawed recently. Sharp changes are to be expected in January and February, due to the shifting timing of Chinese New Year.

Posted: 19th Jul 2018 in 'Asia'

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