Japan’s July Exports Drop 14 Percent in Biggest Fall Since 2009By
Shipments to U.S., China and European Union all decline
Biggest factor was drop in exports of cars, ships, and steel
Japan’s exports declined the most since 2009, with shipments down for a 10th consecutive month. The continued drop highlights the difficulty of kick-starting growth and pulling Japan’s economy out of the doldrums.
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