Japan land values declined at fewer sites after the country was hit by its strongest earthquake, a quarterly government survey showed.
Values fell at 86 of 146 locations throughout Japan in the three months ended July 1, according to a survey by the Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism Wednesday.
That compares with 98 land sites that dropped three months earlier.
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