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Asia | 4 April 2019 Japan's Services Survey Data Overstate Q1 Strength
Japan's services PMI edged down to 52.0 in March, from 52.3 in February, taking the Q1 average to 52.0, minimally up from Q4's 51.9.

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4 April 2019 Japan's Services Survey Data Overstate Q1 Strength

By Freya Beamish

Japan's services PMI edged down to 52.0 in March, from 52.3 in February, taking the Q1 average to 52.0, minimally up from Q4's 51.9.

Posted: 4th Apr 2019 in 'Asia'

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