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Japan’s consumer prices stopped falling in August for the first time in 13 months, ending the country’s longest deflationary stretch since 2011.

Prices excluding those for fresh food were unchanged from a year earlier, the internal affairs ministry reported Friday in a result that matched the estimate from analysts.

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