Pantheon Macroeconomics - Rapidly falling wages in Japan rule out a V-shaped spending bounce. May confirms that Korea's current account deficit in April was just a one-off.

Asia | ASIAN DATA WRAP 7 July 2020
Rapidly falling wages in Japan rule out a V-shaped spending bounce. May confirms that Korea's current account deficit in April was just a one-off.

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ASIAN DATA WRAP 7 July 2020

By Freya Beamish

Rapidly falling wages in Japan rule out a V-shaped spending bounce. May confirms that Korea's current account deficit in April was just a one-off.

Posted: 7th Jul 2020 in 'Asia'

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