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Japan reliant on government stimulus even for tepid growth

A sales event at a Takashimaya department store in central Tokyo. Private consumption grew a meager 0.2% last quarter.

TOKYO -- The Japanese economy hardly budged last quarter, and many economists see the low-growth trend continuing even with the help of the government's stimulus program.

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