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Japan’s current account surplus shrank at its fastest…

Japan's current-account surplus shrank at its fastest rate on record in 2011, as exports stumbled and energy prices soared, leading to the first shortfall in merchandise trade in decades, government data showed.

The result was partly due to extraordinary events such as the March earthquake and tsunami in Japan, but economists say that the yen's persistent strength and a growing reliance on expensive energy imports mean the picture won't improve anytime soon.

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