Japan exports boom, but inflation not following script in blow to Bank of Japan exit plan

TOKYO (Reuters) – Japanese exports accelerated sharply in November, yet again pointing to growing momentum in the world’s third-biggest economy. There was just one catch: inflation remained stubbornly low and well off the central bank’s 2 percent target.
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