Japan exports hold up on yen's slide

The finance ministry said Japan had a surplus of 152.5 billion yen ($1.29 billion) in November, reversing a year-earlier deficit but smaller than the 227.4 billion yen forecast in a Bloomberg News survey. “Net exports were the main driver of GDP growth …
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