Japan’s auto exports have surged this year, with volumes back at pre-pandemic levels. Its tourism sector has been doing well too as visitor numbers have returned to where they were in 2019. That closing of lingering spare capacity is a large part of the explanation for why Japan’s rapid growth earlier in the year appears to have stalled recently.
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