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Nw: Japan exports rise 12.5% year/year – MOF

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TOKYO — Japan’s exports rose 12.5% in

April from a year earlier, posting a 14th straight month of

atomize bigger, Ministry of Finance records showed on Thursday.

The upward thrust compared with a 13.8% atomize bigger expected by

economists in a Reuters poll. It followed a 14.7% rise in March.

Imports rose 28.2%, versus the median estimate for a 35.0%

atomize bigger, as a weaker yen helped enhance already surging global

commodity costs, inflating import bills.

The trade stability came to a deficit of 839.2 billion yen

($6.56 billion), against the median estimate for a 1.150

trillion yen shortfall.

To search beefy tables, scamper to the rating region of the Ministry of

Finance at:

http://www.customs.scamper.jp/toukei/records/index_e.htm

($1=127.9200 yen)

(Reporting by Tetsushi Kajimoto

Editing by Chang-Ran Kim)

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