Japan posted a $1.75 billion trade deficit in May, shrinking drastically from a year earlier as energy imports declined, data showed Wednesday.
The shortfall came in at 216.0 billion yen ($1.75 billion), dropping about 76 percent from a 917.2 billion yen deficit a year earlier.
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