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Asia | 31 July 2018 Japanese Q2 GDP Growth Should Rebound Strongly
Japan's June retail sales data add to the run of numbers suggesting a strong rebound in real GDP growth in Q2, after the 0.2% contraction in activity in Q1.

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31 July 2018 Japanese Q2 GDP Growth Should Rebound Strongly

By Freya Beamish

Japan's June retail sales data add to the run of numbers suggesting a strong rebound in real GDP growth in Q2, after the 0.2% contraction in activity in Q1.

Posted: 31st Jul 2018 in 'Asia'

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