Japan’s Commerce Hole Narrows as Gasoline Import Prices Ease

Japan’s commerce deficit narrowed for the second month in March, as the value of gasoline eased and introduced down import prices.    

The commerce hole shrank to 754.5 billion yen ($5.6 billion) from a revised 898.1 billion yen in February, the finance ministry reported Thursday. Economists had forecast a 1.29 trillion yen shortfall. 

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