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Japanese inflation grinds to a halt

Consumer prices did not rise in Japan in February for the first time in nearly two years, figures out on Friday showed.

However, consumers have more money in their pockets because wages are finally rising after a decade.

Some economists call this "good deflation", as Jesper Koll of JP Morgan tells Asia Business Report.

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  • 27 Mar 2015
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