Japan’s Economic Rebound From Natural Disasters Fails to Impress

(Bloomberg) — Japan’s economy rebounded modestly in the final three months of 2018, as domestic demand drove growth while weakness in exports fueled concerns about a slowdown in China and elsewhere. …
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