Cheap Burgers Are Giving the Bank of Japan a HeadacheBy and
Japanese fast food chains cut prices, offer low-cost options
Deflationary mindset pose risk for Kuroda and the central bank
Fast-food lunches in Japan are starting to get cheaper as consumers look to trim their dining expenses, a worrying sign for the central bank as it tries to bring about inflation.
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