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Asia | 13 Aug 2019 The Pillars of Japanese Domestic Demand are Built on Shaky Ground
GDP growth in Japan surprised to the upside in the second quarter, although the preliminary headline arguably flattered the economy's actual performance.

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13 Aug 2019 The Pillars of Japanese Domestic Demand are Built on Shaky Ground

By Freya Beamish

GDP growth in Japan surprised to the upside in the second quarter, although the preliminary headline arguably flattered the economy's actual performance.

Posted: 13th Aug 2019 in 'Asia'

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