Japan’s third-quarter GDP blows past initial estimates as business investment surges

TOKYO (Reuters) – Japan’s economy grew twice as fast as originally estimated in the third quarter, thanks to a business spending splurge and buoyant exports, supporting the central bank’s recent signals that it will shift away from crisis-era policy.
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