Sales at Japan’s supermarkets fell 4.5 percent on a same-store basis in November from a year earlier to 1.26 trillion yen, the 36th monthly drop in a row, the Japan Chain Stores Association said Tuesday.
The drop stemmed from falling prices and weak consumer spending, the association said.
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