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Japan reported a wider-than-expected trade deficit in February as an energy-driven surge in import costs, caused by massive supply constraints, added to vulnerabilities for the world’s third-largest economy.

Exports rose slightly less than expected despite a rebound in China-bound shipments, in a worrying sign for an economy facing growing uncertainty from supply challenges and Russia’s invasion of Ukraine.

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