Japanese government upbeat on economy

The Japanese government gave a positive assessment on Japan's economy in its monthly report issued Monday, citing increased consumer spending and surging exports, especially to China.

''The economy continues recovering steadily, supported by business investment and exports,'' the Cabinet Office said in its monthly economic report for March.

The overall economic assessment was unchanged from the one for February, which said, ''The economy is recovering steadily, supported by business investment

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