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Asia | 2 October 2017 Japanese CPI Inflation Still led by Food and Energy, for now
Japanese CPI inflation jumped to 0.7% in August from 0.4% in July. The ris e in prices over the last year, however, was mainly driven by food and energy.

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2 October 2017 Japanese CPI Inflation Still led by Food and Energy, for now

By Freya Beamish

Japanese CPI inflation jumped to 0.7% in August from 0.4% in July. The ris e in prices over the last year, however, was mainly driven by food and energy.

Posted: 1st Oct 2017 in 'Asia'

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