Japan's exports slide for sixth month as trade troubles knock demand

By etsushi Kajimoto and Daniel Leussink

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this is just rude news, Abenomics with its three limp noodles is being stymied by foreign lack of demand. Stupid foreign people, with their sourcing of other cheeper better quality products.

its like the world market doesn't understand how great 1980s Japanese manufacturing is.

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They are blaming trade wars? The reality is, due to all the scandals, fraud and corruption involving Japanese products and companies consumers have stopped buying Japanese goods.

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Carlos' revenge ?

Labour shortage ?

Demography ?

Just because of sub-Asians ?

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Thanks Don. And Japan will continue to support the US! Get a spine and wean yourself of Washington.

Form better trade relations with Asia.

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Exports to China - Japan's biggest trading partner - fell 9.7% in the year to May, posting a third straight month of declines

Because China's economy is slowing. But I was told Trump's tariffs weren't having any effect on China. Hmm...

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