Japan inflation ticks up, household spending flat in October

TOKYO — Japan’s core inflation rate rose 0.8 per cent in October, a slight increase from the month before, while the jobless rate remained steady at a very low 2.8 per cent. But lacklustre household spending pointed to persisting weakness in the recovery …
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