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Japan's exports fall by most since 2009 as US demand slumps

Weak global appetite for cars and slowed business spending pose further threat

Tokyo

JAPAN'S exports fell in May at the fastest pace since the 2009 global financial crisis as US-bound car shipments plunged, bolstering expectations for a deeper contraction in the world's third-largest economy this quarter.

Weak global appetite for cars and slowing business...

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