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December 13, 1989 | From Times Wire Services
Japan's trade surplus shrank for the seventh straight month in November, squeezed by robust Japanese domestic demand, surging oil imports and a strong dollar, economists said Tuesday. The surplus narrowed a hefty 46.2% to an unadjusted $3.53 billion in November from $6.56 billion a year earlier, the Finance Ministry reported earlier in the day. It was the largest decline since October, 1982, when the surplus shrank just over 54%. The surplus also fell from October's $4.65 billion.
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March 7, 1992
The American Electronics Assn. will hold a two-day conference April 6 and 7 in Irvine to discuss ways of increasing U.S.-made electronics parts purchases by Japanese companies in the United States. The meeting--organized by the AEA and the Tokyo-based Electronics Industries Assn.
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BUSINESS
March 7, 1992
The American Electronics Assn. will hold a two-day conference April 6 and 7 in Irvine to discuss ways of increasing U.S.-made electronics parts purchases by Japanese companies in the United States. The meeting--organized by the AEA and the Tokyo-based Electronics Industries Assn.
BUSINESS
December 13, 1989 | From Times Wire Services
Japan's trade surplus shrank for the seventh straight month in November, squeezed by robust Japanese domestic demand, surging oil imports and a strong dollar, economists said Tuesday. The surplus narrowed a hefty 46.2% to an unadjusted $3.53 billion in November from $6.56 billion a year earlier, the Finance Ministry reported earlier in the day. It was the largest decline since October, 1982, when the surplus shrank just over 54%. The surplus also fell from October's $4.65 billion.
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July 15, 1989 | ART PINE, Times Staff Writer
President Bush, responding to an appeal from Mexican President Carlos Salinas de Gortari on the eve of the annual seven-nation economic summit, promised Friday to try to break the impasse between Mexico and its creditor banks over a new debt-financing package. The pledge came after Salinas complained in a private meeting with Bush that the banks were proving intractable on several key issues.
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July 15, 1989 | ART PINE, Times Staff Writer
President Bush, responding to an appeal from Mexican President Carlos Salinas de Gortari on the eve of the annual seven-nation economic summit, promised Friday to try to break the impasse between Mexico and its creditor banks over a new debt-financing package. The pledge came after Salinas complained in a private meeting with Bush that the banks were proving intractable on several key issues.
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