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Asia | 13 Oct 2020 The Worst is Over for Japan's Capex Slump, but No Recovery is in Sight
Core machine orders in Japan surprised to the upside in August, when the country's second wave of Covid-19 peaked.

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13 Oct 2020 The Worst is Over for Japan's Capex Slump, but No Recovery is in Sight

By Miguel Chanco

Core machine orders in Japan surprised to the upside in August, when the country's second wave of Covid-19 peaked.

Posted: 13th Oct 2020 in 'Asia'

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