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Asia | 9 Oct 2019 Japan's Current Account Surplus will Begin Rebuilding in Q4
Japan's current account surplus has been broadly stable in absolute terms in the last couple of years, though it has retreated as a share of GDP.

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9 Oct 2019 Japan's Current Account Surplus will Begin Rebuilding in Q4

By Freya Beamish

Japan's current account surplus has been broadly stable in absolute terms in the last couple of years, though it has retreated as a share of GDP.

Posted: 9th Oct 2019 in 'Asia'

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