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The Japan Times
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· Flash PMI Shows Japan On Course For Record Downturn In Second Quarter →
The Japanese economy suffered a further substantial fall in business activity during May, according to the latest flash PMI results.
The Wall Street Journal
· Compliance Layoffs, Budget Cuts Raise Prospect of Looser Internal Oversight →
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