Japan’s trade gap widens as import costs surge on supply pressures

TOKYO — Japan’s exports logged a third straight month of double-digit gains in April led by U.S. demand, but surging global commodity costs inflated the country’s import bill to a record, adding to worries about the rising cost of living. Shoring up the prospects of a private demand-led recovery…
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