Japan's exports slip for eighth month, sales to China drop as recession fears grow

  Reuters 
Japan's exports slipped for an eighth month in July, while manufacturers' confidence turned negative for the first time in over six years as China-bound sales slumped again in a fresh sign the Sino-U.S. trade war could tip the economy into recession.
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