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Japan’s economy grew at 0.5% annual pace in October-December period for eighth straight quarterly surge

  • Wed, 14 Feb 2018 20:35
Preliminary data released Wednesday shows the nation has managed eight straight quarters of growth, the longest expansion since the financial bubble of the late 1980s. Japan Times latest articles


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