• Kyodo


Japan’s industrial output rose for the first time in five months in June as economic activity that had stalled amid the coronavirus pandemic began to pick back up, government data showed Friday.

The seasonally adjusted index of production at factories and mines rose 2.7 percent from the previous month to 80.8 against the 2015 base of 100, the Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry said in a preliminary report.

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