Analysis: Japan's falling yen may not produce big export gains

06/3/2013 | Business Insider

Japan's global dominance in certain types of products means that a declining yen is likely to produce little pickup in overall exports, according a Credit Suisse analysis. As evidence, South Korea's May exports jumped 3.2%, unfazed by the yen's drop and demonstrating the Korea's dominance in certain product areas that differ from those of Japan.

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