Japan reports factory output, unemployment rose in May

People walk on a pedestrian crossing in Tokyo, Friday, June 30, 2017. Japan’s factory output rose in May from a year earlier and the number of jobs per job seekers climbed to a 43-year high, reflecting labor shortages as the economy gains momentum thanks …
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