Wholesale prices rose 2.8 percent across the country in June from a year earlier — climbing at the fastest pace this year — in a reflection of the higher cost of oil imports, the Bank of Japan said Wednesday.
The upward momentum in the prices of goods traded between companies could lead to higher consumer prices, which remain stuck below the central bank’s 2 percent target.
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