Japan’s economy seen climbing for seventh straight quarter

TOKYO — Japan’s economy likely achieved annualized growth of around 1.5% during the three months ended in September for a seventh quarter of uninterrupted expansion, private sector estimates released Tuesday show. The growth projection for real gross …
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