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U.S. trade deficit with Japan up for second consecutive month in September

According to trade statistics for September announced by the U.S. Department of Commerce, the U.S. customs-cleared trade balance with Japan, which subtracts imports from exports of goods to Japan, rose 1.5% on the year to 4.8 billion dollars (about 550 billion yen) in September, registering a year-on-year increase for two months in a row.

 

By country, the U.S. incurred its fourth largest trade deficit with Japan, after China, Mexico, and Germany.

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