Economists forecast 18% growth in Japan's economy in July-Sept.

Japan’s economy is likely to have grown an annualized real 18.03 percent in the July-September period, the biggest expansion in 40 years, as business activities restarted despite the coronavirus pandemic, market forecasts showed Wednesday.The average projection by 34 private-sector think tanks points to a sharp rebound from the 28.1 percent contraction in gross domestic product the previous quarter, believed to be the worst on record dating back to 1955, the earliest point at which the government can track reference values.The Cabinet Office is scheduled to release preliminary GDP data for the…

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