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Asia | 21 July 2020 End of Japan's State of Emergency Brought Little Initial Trade Relief
Japan's trade balance remained in the red in June, though the deficit narrowed sharply, to -¥269B from -¥838B in May.

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21 July 2020 End of Japan's State of Emergency Brought Little Initial Trade Relief

By Chanco Miguel

Japan's trade balance remained in the red in June, though the deficit narrowed sharply, to -¥269B from -¥838B in May.

Posted: 21st Jul 2020 in 'Asia'

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