BEIJING – China’s trade with Japan in March decreased 14.7 percent year on year to $25.89 billion, according to government data released Wednesday.
The statistics from the General Administration of Customs said imports from Japan were down 18.5 percent, while exports to Japan fell by 10 percent.
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