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Japan's consumer inflation slows to 7-month low, adds to BOJ's travails

Reuters India Friday, 18 January 2019
Japan's annual core consumer inflation slowed to a seven-month low in December as soft household spending kept firms from raising prices, a further sign of the growing challenge faced by the central bank in achieving its elusive 2 percent target.
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