Osaka’s ¥1 sales energize shoppers but not good for BOJ’s inflation quest

Osaka is famed for it’s cheap prices, with ¥1 supermarket sales, ¥10 drinks and discount train tickets sold right next to the station. That attracts thrifty consumers and tourists, but may be undercutting the central bank’s efforts to generate sustai …
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