Japan seen missing inflation target again despite robust growth

TOKYO — Japan sees its economy expanding 1.8% in real terms in fiscal 2018 but expects consumer price growth to remain well short of the 2% target, leaving companies squeezed by rising costs, government forecasts approved Tuesday show. Private-sector …
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