Japan’s central bank says ‘Amazon effect’ has pulled down inflation

The spread of online shopping in Japan is dragging down consumer inflation, the central bank said, highlighting the “Amazon effect” on prices and the challenges policy makers face as they try to pull the world’s third-biggest economy out of years of …
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