The economy will probably keep expanding in 2008, though higher oil prices and a slowdown in the United States are risks to growth, economic and fiscal policy minister Hiroko Ota said Monday.
“Japan’s recovery will probably continue next year,” Ota said, though she added that the U.S. housing recession could stunt consumer spending in Japan’s largest export market.
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