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MNI BRIEF: Japan's Oct Exports Rise; Auto Exports Slow

(MNI) Tokyo
(MNI) Tokyo

October exports continued to support the Bank of Japan view that exports are trending higher as the effects of supply-side constrains wane, but bank officials are worried about the prospect of a slowdown caused by weaker overseas demand.

Japan's exports rose 25.3% y/y in October for the 20th straight rise following a 28.9% y/y increase in September. Imports rose 53.5% y/y for the 21st straight gain following an increase of 46% in September, data released on Thursday by the Ministry of Finance showed.

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October exports continued to support the Bank of Japan view that exports are trending higher as the effects of supply-side constrains wane, but bank officials are worried about the prospect of a slowdown caused by weaker overseas demand.

Japan's exports rose 25.3% y/y in October for the 20th straight rise following a 28.9% y/y increase in September. Imports rose 53.5% y/y for the 21st straight gain following an increase of 46% in September, data released on Thursday by the Ministry of Finance showed.

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