Japan logs surprise trade deficit in May as energy costs spike

Japan unexpectedly slumped back into a trade deficit for the first time in four months, as soaring energy import bills offset growth in shipments abroad, government data showed Monday. A surprise deficit of ¥203 billion ($1.8 billion) logged the first red …
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