Japan’s economy grows at 0.5 per cent annual pace in Oct-Dec

TOKYO — Japan’s economy grew at a slower than expected 0.5 per cent annual pace in the October-December quarter, as strong exports failed to fully compensate for relatively weak domestic demand. The preliminary data released Wednesday show Japan has …
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