Japan exports up 12 percent in 2017 in tailwind for growth

TOKYO (AP) — Japan reports its exports rose 12 percent in 2017 from a year earlier in a strong tailwind for the economy, while imports jumped 14 percent. The recovery in trade is driving stronger growth in Japan, though the trade surplus dropped 25 …
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