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    Japan’s exports in April expanded the most since 2010, supported by a low benchmark following a sharp fall in exports สมัครสล็อต during the COVID-19 period. Spread last year As capital expenditures rose following trade-led recovery signs.
    Japan’s exports increased 38.0% in April from a year earlier. After gaining 16.1% in March and higher than analysts had expected a 30.9% gain, April exports grew the fastest since April. 2010

    When considering by country Exports to China, Japan’s largest trading partner, rose 33.9 percent year-on-year in April. Led by the export of chip manufacturing equipment, hybrid cars and copper scrap.

    Exports to the US rose 45.1% on the back of demand for automobiles, auto parts. And boat engines

    At the same time, orders for basic machinery, which are highly volatile and considered an indicator of capital expenditures in the next 6-9 months, rose 3.7% in March from February.

    Increased orders for basic machines This excludes ships and electric utilities. Compared with analysts expected Maybe a 6.4% increase

    The Cabinet Office maintained the forecast level for machinery orders. Along with stating that the recovery is slowing down

    The Japanese economy dropped in the first quarter. And economists have lowered their forecast for economic growth this quarter. Due to the declaration of a state of emergency to control the spread of COVID-19 Will reduce consumer spending

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