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The current account surplus got bigger in July as companies and individuals earned more from their overseas investments and exports increased, the Finance Ministry reported Wednesday.

The surplus expanded 4.5 percent to ¥1.86 trillion from a year earlier. The median estimate of 32 economists surveyed by Bloomberg News was for the gap to swell to ¥1.82 trillion.

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