Decline in Japan's exports eases to slowest rate in 14 months

12/21/2009 | Google

A drop in Japan's exports is decelerating as demand from other Asian economies grows. In November, exports dropped 6.2% compared with the same month last year, the government said. It was the smallest decline in 14 months. The data somewhat comforted economists who think Japan is close to a double-dip recession.

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