News Headline Summary
Japanese finance minister Aso says it is too early to say if Japan's current account deficit will continue
- Rise in import costs could weigh on corporate profits.
- Early today Japan posted a much larger deficit than expected in its latest current account, the first deficit in 10 months.
03:13, 11 Jan 2013 -
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