Japan’s consumer prices rose at the fastest pace in a decade in March as companies foisted higher costs of energy and grains onto households to protect profits.
Core consumer prices, which exclude fruit, fish and vegetables, climbed 1.2 percent from a year earlier after gaining 1 percent in February, the Internal Affairs and Communications Ministry said Friday.
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