Japan’s current account surplus shrinks to 2.08 trillion yen in February

TOKYO (Kyodo) — Japan reported a current account surplus of 2.08 trillion yen ($19 billion) in February, though it shrank from a year ago due to a smaller trade surplus and a stronger yen, government data showed Monday. Despite a 28.7 percent drop in the …
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