Japan’s current account surplus expands to record 2.38tn yen in August

TOKYO (Kyodo) — Japan’s current account surplus expanded to 2.38 trillion yen ($21 billion) in August, the highest on record for the month, lifted by income from foreign investments and a bigger trade surplus, government data showed Tuesday. The surplus …
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