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Japan to say economy is still in recovery in March report

Monthly assessment to cite external risks, chiefly from China

Tokyo Tower is lit for Chinese New Year. An economic stimulus in China is helping to allay fears in Japan that exports will continue to soften.   © Reuters

TOKYO -- The Japanese economy will likely once again be assessed as "recovering at a moderate pace" in the government's monthly report due out Wednesday, which also will note potential risks from overseas economies.

The report from the Cabinet Office has kept that same wording since January 2018 and is expected to do so again for March for a 15th straight month.

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