Japan real wages rise in positive sign for consumption

TOKYO (Reuters) – Japanese workers’ inflation-adjusted real wages rose for the first time in four months in March, government data showed, in a sign of a gradual increase in salaries that should help stimulate consumer spending. The data will be …
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