Japan exports seen rising anew in August

TOKYO: Japan’s exports were expected to rise for a ninth straight month in August, a Reuters poll showed on Friday, underscoring the important role of foreign demand in driving economic recovery. Analysts also expect the Bank of Japan to keep policy …
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