Japan –Dec Current Account
08/02/2019 11:07 am MYT
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In Dec, Japan’s current account registered a surplus of 452.8 bln Yen, smaller than the surplus a year ago – see table 1. This was mainly due to a lower surplus in the goods and primary income accounts – see figure 1. For the whole of 2018, Japan’s current account surplus amounted to 19.1 trillion Yen, down from 22.0 trillion Yen in 2017.

                       

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