Government reports this week are expected to show Japan’s economy expanded slightly in second quarter and pulled out of recession, thanks to growing exports, according to a survey released Monday by Bloomberg News.

A gross domestic product report Friday will probably show that the world’s second-biggest economy grew 0.2 percent in the three months that ended June 30, according to the median of 19 forecasts in the survey. That would be the second quarter of growth following three quarters of contraction.

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