Japan’s services sector grows at fastest pace in almost two years in May: PMI

Japan’s economic growth in January-March is forecast to be revised up this week to a 2.4 percent annualized expansion from a preliminary 2.2 percent due to strong business investment, a Reuters survey showed. Rising industrial output and solid exports have …
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