Japan logs 1% growth in 2016 on exports, capital spending

Japan’s economy expanded 1.0 percent in 2016 as a bump in exports and capital investment offset weak spending at home, data showed Monday, although it was unlikely to erase concerns about Tokyo’s faltering war on deflation. The gross domestic product (GDP …
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