Japan suffers longest consumer price fall since 2011

The weak inflation data — core prices excluding fresh food fell 0.4 percent from a year ago — come several weeks after Japan’s central bank pushed back the timeline for hitting its 2.0 percent inflation target. The BoJ’s target is a key part of Prime …
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