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Asia | 14 August 2017 China's Slowdown Surprised Japan, Inventories to Boost Q2 GDP
Japanese domestic demand probably strengthened in Q2, with both private consumption and fixed investment accelerating. Trade and inventories are the key swing components for GDP growth.

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14 August 2017 China's Slowdown Surprised Japan, Inventories to Boost Q2 GDP

By Freya Beamish

Japanese domestic demand probably strengthened in Q2, with both private consumption and fixed investment accelerating. Trade and inventories are the key swing components for GDP growth.

Posted: 11th Aug 2017 in 'Asia'

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