Japan Trade Balance
Source: Ministry of Finance, Japan
Previous value: ¥255.3B
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The Merchandise Trade Balance Total published by the Ministry of Finance shows the difference between the volume of exports and imports. A positive trade balance is a sign of surplus while a negative balance shows a trade deficit. The Japanese economy is very reliant on exports, so it needs a trade surplus to grow. The volatility of this index affects the county's economy. Stable demand for Japanese goods is seen as positive for the JPY. The data has been published since 2008.
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