Was Japan's Economy 29 Trillion Yen Bigger Than Thought in 2014?

That’s what BOJ researchers showed. The Cabinet Office disagrees.

Was Japan's GDP in 2014 Bigger Than Previously Thought?

The official view in Japan for more than a year has been that the economy contracted in 2014 after a sales-tax hike stunted consumer spending. A new analysis from economists at the central bank paints a very different picture, suggesting that gross domestic product actually grew 2.4 percent.

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