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Japan has the lowest inflation of all major economies but will continue feeling the pressure. Here's why

Inflation in Japan is the lowest among major economies. But with stagnating wages, consumers are still feeling the pressure of price hikes. Image: Unsplash

Naoko Kutty

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The persistently low inflation rate in Japan is largely a product of its economic policy.
The persistently low inflation rate in Japan is largely a product of its economic policy. Image: The Economist
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