Japan’s import prices for daily goods sink further

TOKYO — Import prices for apparel and daily goods in Japan plunged last year, as growing labor costs in China push companies to automate or move production to Southeast Asia. The price of imported clothing fell by 1.7%, the sharpest drop since a 2.1% …
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