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Japan posted its smallest current account surplus in more than five years in June, Ministry of Finance data showed on Tuesday, mainly due to a slump in exports, highlighting the heavy hit to external demand from the coronavirus pandemic.

The current account surplus was ¥167.5 billion ($1.58 billion), the smallest monthly surplus since January 2015, a finance ministry official said.

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