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Japan exports fall amid slow recovery from pandemic downturn

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Dion Global

19 Oct 2020

Japan's exports fell at a slower pace in September in a sign that trade damage from the coronavirus pandemic is easing, according to Finance Ministry data released Monday.

The report showed Japan's exports in September declined 4.9 per cent from the same month a year earlier, better than the nearly 15 per cent drop in August.

The nation's imports fell 17.2 per cent overall, compared with 20.8 per cent in August.

Exports to China jumped 14 per cent while shipments to the U.S. inched up 0.7 per cent, in another possible sign of a gradual rebound. By sector, computer exports to the world surged nearly 45 per cent.

Japan's export-reliant economy has sunk into recession, with three straight quarters of contraction through June, as the outbreak slammed business activity and stifled trade. But a recovery in China, where COVID-19 emerged late last year, and recoveries in some other Asian countries are helping Japan regain momentum.

Prime Minister Yoshihide Suga, who took office a month ago, left Sunday for Vietnam and Indonesia, where virus cases are relatively low, to drum up business and trade.

His predecessor, Shinzo Abe, had tried to sustain economic growth with his “Abenomics” package of programs based on zero interest rates and curtailing deflation.

Suga, also from the governing Liberal Democratic Party, is expected to continue those policies.