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Asia | 19 March 2019 Don't get Used to a Japanese Trade Surplus Just Yet
Japan's adjusted trade balance flipped back to a modest surplus of ¥116B in February, after seven straight months of deficit.

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19 March 2019 Don't get Used to a Japanese Trade Surplus Just Yet

By Freya Beamish

Japan's adjusted trade balance flipped back to a modest surplus of ¥116B in February, after seven straight months of deficit.

Posted: 19th Mar 2019 in 'Asia'

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