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Asia | 19 December 2017 The Rise in Oil Prices will Damage Japan's Trade Surplus
Japan's trade surplus is set to fall in coming months, as domestic demand remains robust, while recent oil price increases will be a drag, lifting imports.

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19 December 2017 The Rise in Oil Prices will Damage Japan's Trade Surplus

By Freya Beamish

Japan's trade surplus is set to fall in coming months, as domestic demand remains robust, while recent oil price increases will be a drag, lifting imports.

Posted: 18th Dec 2017 in 'Asia'

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