Japan experiencing slow recovery, says BoJ report


Economic activity in Japan has been more or less flat over the past month due to the effects of a slowdown in overseas economies and the appreciation of the yen, according to a report published by the Bank of Japan on January 26.

The monthly report of recent economic and financial developments showed domestic demand and business fixed investment had been on a "moderate increasing trend", aided partly by the restoration of disaster-stricken facilities. On the other hand, exports and production

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