Japan economy gains momentum, grows 2.5 per cent in July-Sept

TOKYO — Japan’s economy is gaining momentum, expanding at a 2.5 per cent annual pace in July-September, the government said Friday. The upward revision from an earlier estimate of 1.4 per cent growth reflects higher business investment and rising …
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