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Japan GDP jumps 2.7% in June on reopenings: JCER

May reading revised to growth, marking two-month streak

Restaurant's reopen in Osaka's Shinsekai district after a state of emergency was lifted. (Photo by Toshiki Sasazu)

TOKYO -- The Japanese economy grew 2.7% on the month in June when adjusted for inflation as coronavirus-related business restrictions eased, according to estimates published Tuesday by the Japan Center for Economic Research.

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