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Japan's economy shrank less in July-Sept, revised data show

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Now shrinking less is a success story, wow. Sounds like Titanic is now drowning at lower speed to the sea ground after the iceberg collision, or house is burning down slower because there’s coming some water out of the pipes now due to the damages.

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Sven Asai

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I would add.

Now shrinking less is a success story, wow. Sounds like Titanic is now drowning at lower speed to the sea ground after the iceberg collision, or house is burning down slower because there’s coming some water out of the pipes now due to the damages.

I would actually change the latter part to "the house is burning down slower because there is less left to burn by now"...

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In quarterly terms, the world's third-largest economy contracted 0.2% instead of 0.3%.

Not surprising, since Japan did not and still does not have a cohesive Covid plan.

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Lies and more lies… japan hangs together with lies

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