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Japan External Trade (Aug. 2022)

Japan’s trade deficit widened to yet another record high in August, but the peak shouldn’t be far away now. Commodity prices continue to ease, and the yen should end the year stronger than its current lows, which will help tame recent runaway growth in import values.

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