Japan’s Retail Sales in May Unchanged, Showing Weak RecoveryBy
Compared with a year earlier, sales decline was 1.9%
Mini-car sales slump in wake of fuel-economy test controversy
Japan’s retail sales were unchanged in May, underscoring the challenge Prime Minister Shinzo Abe faces in boosting consumer spending and reviving the economy.
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