Japan logs first trade deficit in eight months

TOKYO — Japan’s imports exceeded exports for the first time in eight months in January, due largely to a rise in crude oil prices that pushed up import figures, official preliminary data showed Monday. The monthly trade deficit on a customs-cleared basis …
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