Asian Stocks Drop as Japan Slips, China's Export Slump DeepensBy
Asia-Pacific gauge headed for biggest decline in three weeks
Stronger yen hits Japanese exporters as economy shrinks
Asian stocks dropped, with the regional benchmark index heading for its biggest decline in three weeks. Japanese shares fell for a second day as a stronger yen cut the earnings outlook for exporters while China’s export slump deepened in February.
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