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Asia | 6 February 2019 Japan will be Hard Pressed to Maintain Above-Trend Growth in Q1
The Nikkei services PMI for Japan partly rebounded in January, to 51.6, after it fell sharply to 51.0 in December.

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6 February 2019 Japan will be Hard Pressed to Maintain Above-Trend Growth in Q1

By Freya Beamish

The Nikkei services PMI for Japan partly rebounded in January, to 51.6, after it fell sharply to 51.0 in December.

Posted: 6th Feb 2019 in 'Asia'

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