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Japan gov't sees economy shrinking this year on COVID-19 hit-sources

WorldNews Wednesday, 29 July 2020
Japan gov't sees economy shrinking this year on COVID-19 hit-sourcesTOKYO — Japan’s government expects the economy will contract this year as activity slowly recovers from the coronavirus crisis, with a return to growth seen next year, four government sources told Reuters. Reflecting uncertainty over how long the pandemic will last, the government will take the unusual step of announcing several growth scenarios for 2020 and 2021 this week, based on whether the pandemic will end...
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