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Asia | 24 June 2020 Japan's Economy is Stabilising at a Very Low Level, No V-Shapes Here
The Jibun Bank services PMI for Japan saw a heftier increase in June, to 42.3, from 26.5 in May, signalling a substantial easing of the industry's downturn.

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24 June 2020 Japan's Economy is Stabilising at a Very Low Level, No V-Shapes Here

By Miguel Chanco

The Jibun Bank services PMI for Japan saw a heftier increase in June, to 42.3, from 26.5 in May, signalling a substantial easing of the industry's downturn.

Posted: 24th Jun 2020 in 'Asia'

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