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Asia | 22 May 2018 Sino-U.S. Negotiations Present a Risk to Japan's Trade Surplus
Japan's trade surplus rebounded to ¥522B in April, on our adjustment, from ¥390B in March, around the same level as the official version, though from a higher base.

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22 May 2018 Sino-U.S. Negotiations Present a Risk to Japan's Trade Surplus

By Freya Beamish

Japan's trade surplus rebounded to ¥522B in April, on our adjustment, from ¥390B in March, around the same level as the official version, though from a higher base.

Posted: 21st May 2018 in 'Asia'

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