Japanese Exports Rebound in April After Weak March Reading

(Bloomberg) — Japanese exports picked up in April after lackluster data the previous month, despite friction with the U.S. and between the U.S. and China, Japan’s two biggest trading partners. Key Takeaways The data cover the first full month after the …
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