Japan’s economy contracted in Q3, with private consumption and business investment posting far weaker results than timelier data had suggested. Growth should turn positive in Q4, amid a rebound in inbound tourism and a smaller trade deficit, but the eighth virus wave and rising inflation will limit the recovery.
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