Seventeen private research firms surveyed by the Nihon Keizai Shimbun newspaper said they expected Japan's economy, which entered recession last year, to record 1.9% growth for the first three months of 2002.
This figure, which equates to annual growth of 7.9%, would represent the fastest growth in two years.
The survey supports more upbeat economic asse
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