Japan posts longest growth streak since bubble economy

TOKYO (Reuters) – Robust consumer spending drove Japan’s economy to eight straight quarters of growth in October-December, its longest continuous expansion since the 1980s bubble economy, and evidence that Prime Minister Shinzo Abe’s campaign to …
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