Japan economy grows faster than expected, BOJ's Kuroda warns of risks

TOKYO/NAGOYA, Japan (Reuters) – Japan’s economic growth handily beat expectations in the July-September period, expanding for a third straight quarter as exports recovered, but weak domestic activity cast doubt on hopes for a sustainable economic recovery.
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