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Asia Documents | 16 November 2017 Japanese Domestic Demand Disappoints, but will Rebound
Japanese GDP growth in the third quarter corrected the imbalances of the second. Domestic demand took a breather after unsustainable growth in Q2, while net exports rebounded.

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16 November 2017 Japanese Domestic Demand Disappoints, but will Rebound

By Freya Beamish

Japanese GDP growth in the third quarter corrected the imbalances of the second. Domestic demand took a breather after unsustainable growth in Q2, while net exports rebounded.

Posted: 15th Nov 2017 in 'Asia Documents'

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