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Asia | 29 January 2018 Japanese CPI inflation is Half Energy and Half Food, BoJ in a Bind
Japan's CPI inflation jumped to 1.0% in December from 0.6% in November, driven by food prices.

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29 January 2018 Japanese CPI inflation is Half Energy and Half Food, BoJ in a Bind

By Freya Beamish

Japan's CPI inflation jumped to 1.0% in December from 0.6% in November, driven by food prices.

Posted: 28th Jan 2018 in 'Asia'

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