WASHINGTON – Japanese exports remain flat despite the bonus of a weaker yen, in part because manufacturers are shifting production overseas, the International Monetary Fund said Monday.
“Real goods exports from Japan have remained broadly flat during the past few years despite a sharp depreciation of the yen since late 2012,” the Washington-based organization said in a report titled October 2015 World Economic Outlook.
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