Fuel imports boost Japan’s trade deficit to record

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Japan saw a record trade deficit in August this year. Earlier, the country had not seen such a trade deficit in a month. Because Japan’s imports increased as the price of fuel increased in the international market.

On the other hand, the value of the country’s currency has also decreased significantly against the dollar. This information was reported in a Reuters report on Thursday







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