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Currency: Weakness of yen could hit Irish exporters to Japan

Irish firms exporting to Japan could see their margins slip as the new government's fiscal strategy causes the value of the yen to fall sharply against the euro.

13th April, 2013

Irish firms exporting to Japan could see their margins slip as the new government's fiscal strategy causes the value of the yen to fall sharply against the euro.

Earlier this week, the Japanese yen dropped to its lowest level since 2008 against the US dollar after its central bank began the latest round of its stimulus programme.

Some Irish firms exporting to Japan could be hit hard by the weakness of the yen, according to Justin...

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