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Convenience store sales in May fell 10 percent from a year earlier, marking a third month of decline, affected by stay-at-home requests issued across Japan following the emergence of the coronavirus, an industry body said Monday.

But the difficult business environment appears to have not worsened from April when sales at convenience stores logged the sharpest monthly decline.

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