• Kyodo


The escalating U.S.-China trade tensions are at the root of Japan’s concerns about the global economy, according to a recent report compiled by the Cabinet Office.

But the office maintained its headline assessment of Japan in the August edition of its monthly economic report, saying the world’s third-largest economy is “recovering at a moderate pace” with “weakness continuing mainly in exports.”

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