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Asia | 16 Sept 2019 Japan's Domestic Demand Holding up Thanks to Services, it Won't Last
Japan's tertiary index edged up 0.1% month-on-month in July, after the 0.1% decrease in June.

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16 Sept 2019 Japan's Domestic Demand Holding up Thanks to Services, it Won't Last

By Freya Beamish

Japan's tertiary index edged up 0.1% month-on-month in July, after the 0.1% decrease in June.

Posted: 16th Sep 2019 in 'Asia'

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