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Asia | 20 November 2018 Japan's Trade will Come Back into Balance, but not Until the New Year
Looking through recent supply disruptions, Japan's adjusted trade balance seems likely to remain in the red until the new year.

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20 November 2018 Japan's Trade will Come Back into Balance, but not Until the New Year

By Freya Beamish

Looking through recent supply disruptions, Japan's adjusted trade balance seems likely to remain in the red until the new year.

Posted: 20th Nov 2018 in 'Asia'

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