Japan inflation stuck at 0.7% in May, way below target

Japanese inflation was stagnant in May, government data indicated Friday, and still far below target as the Bank of Japan shows little sign of winning its long battle against deflation. Prices in the world’s third-largest economy rose by 0.7 percent year …
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