Japan’s fiscal 2016 current account surplus largest in nine years

Japan relies heavily on energy imports, with most of the country’s nuclear power plants offline since the 2011 Fukushima nuclear disaster. The value of crude oil imports slid 16.1 percent from a year ago and that of liquefied natural gas slumped 26.6 …
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