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19th May 2022 00:00China+, Daily Monitor

Japanese GDP shrank in Q1, thanks to Covid at home, and abroad, but should recover in Q2.

Both consumption and investment have scope for significant catch-up, aided by fiscal stimulus.

Chinese house prices fell again in April, as attempts at shoring up the sector struggle to find purchase.

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