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Japan January retail sales rise 1.6% year/year – govt


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TOKYO (Reuters) – Japanese retail sales rose 1.6% in January from a year earlier, government data showed on Monday.

That compared with a median market forecast for a 1.4% gain.

Japan January retail sales rise 1.6% year/year – govt

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