In a difficult global environment, Japan's economy has benefitted in recent months from a reopening boom in consumption and the easing of supply shortages in industry. Those tailwinds will soon fade, while external demand will slow. As a result, GDP growth will soften next year. And with inflation set to fall back again, the Bank of Japan will keep policy loose.
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