Japan’s economy shrank in first quarter on weak spending

TOKYO — Japan’s economy declined in the first quarter on weak consumer spending, revised data showed Friday. The Cabinet Office said the gross domestic product or GDP — the total value of a nation’s goods and services — shrank at an annualized …
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