Japan’s exports seen rising for 17th straight month in April

TOKYO (Reuters) – Japan’s exports are expected to have risen for a 17th straight month in April thanks to solid global demand, a Reuters poll showed on Friday. Exports likely grew 8.1 percent in April from a year ago, the poll of 16 economists found …
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