Japan’s 3Q GDP Growth Revised Up to 2.5% on Capital Spending

Japan’s economy expanded in the third quarter more than initially reported, as the export recovery drove stronger business investment and rising inventories. Private consumption fell, underscoring the divide between external demand and consumer spending.
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