Engel’s food gauge hit 29-year high in 2016, signalling drop in Japanese wealth

Engel’s coefficient, or the portion of household income spent on food, hit a 29-year high in Japan last year, partly reflecting changes in the nation’s social structure, an internal affairs ministry survey revealed. Before setting the record …
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