Japan’s core inflation slows for 1st time since July 2016

TOKYO (Kyodo) — Japan’s underlying inflation slowed for the first time in 20 months in March, posing a challenge to the Bank of Japan as it struggles to attain its 2 percent target, government data showed Friday. Supported by high utility costs …
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