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the 5.2% jump in April.

Asia | 9 July 2019 Japan's Machine Orders Douse Resilient Domestic Demand Hopes
The 7.8% month-on-month plunge in Japan's core machine orders in May re-emphasises the underlying weakness that we have been worrying about, after the 5.2% jump in April.

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9 July 2019 Japan's Machine Orders Douse Resilient Domestic Demand Hopes

By Freya Beamish

The 7.8% month-on-month plunge in Japan's core machine orders in May re-emphasises the underlying weakness that we have been worrying about, after the 5.2% jump in April.

Posted: 9th Jul 2019 in 'Asia'

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