Japan trade deficit hits record $27.4B in January (12)

Salon.com 2014.02.20 12:05
Associated Press, Associated Press Topics: From the Wires, News TOKYO (AP) - Japan's trade deficit surged to a monthly record of 2.8 trillion yen ($27.4 billion) in January as imports jumped 25 percent. A weakening in the Japanese yen has failed to push exports up as much as hoped while imports of costlier oil and gas, food and other products have surged.
IMPORT, DEFICIT, YEN, JAPAN, EXPORT, MINISTRY, Japan, China, USA