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Revision of Figures for the “International Investment Position of Japan (Calendar Year Data)”

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May 24, 2019 Bank of Japan International Department Figures for the "International Investment Position of Japan (Calendar Year Data)" have been revised. The revised figures are available in the BOJ Time-Series Data Search. For details, please see the Ministry of Finance's website (link to an external website). Please note that only items listed in the Excel file below were revised. Figures of items not listed (e.g., breakdown by region) are unchanged. Period Ends of 2014 and 2015 Items List of Revised Series [XLSX 12KB] Inquiries Balance of Payments Statistics Group, Balance of Payments Division, International Department E-mail : [email protected]

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May 24, 2019 Bank of Japan International Department

Figures for the "International Investment Position of Japan (Calendar Year Data)" have been revised. The revised figures are available in the BOJ Time-Series Data Search. For details, please see the Ministry of Finance's website (link to an external website).

Please note that only items listed in the Excel file below were revised. Figures of items not listed (e.g., breakdown by region) are unchanged.

Period

Ends of 2014 and 2015

Items

List of Revised Series [XLSX 12KB]

Inquiries

Balance of Payments Statistics Group, Balance of Payments Division, International Department

E-mail : [email protected]

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