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Japan's trade gap expands in December, but shrinks for 2006

Japan's trade gap expands in December, but shrinks for 2006

Japan's trade surplus expanded 22.8 percent in December on robust exports to the U.S. and China, the Finance Ministry said Thursday.
For all of 2006, the country's trade surplus shrank 7 percent as soaring oil prices inflated imports, contracting for the second straight year.
In December, the surplus expanded 22.8 percent from a year earlier on robust exports to the U.S. and China, growing to 1.115 trillion yen (US$9.21 billion;


Updated : 2021-08-03 03:27 GMT+08:00