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April 01, 2014
Japan's Minister for Consumer Affairs Masako Mori (white jacket) and Ito-Yokado Co President Atsushi...
Tokyo, Japan
Japan's Minister for Consumer Affairs Masako Mori and Ito-Yokado Co President Atsushi Kamei look at fresh...
Japan's Minister for Consumer Affairs Masako Mori (white jacket) and Ito-Yokado Co President Atsushi Kamei (L of Mori) look at fresh fish as they inspect an Ito-Yokado shopping centre after a sales tax hike in Tokyo April 1, 2014. Big firms expect to increase capital spending only modestly, the BOJ's tankan quarterly survey showed on Tuesday, reflecting uncertainty over how much a sales tax hike that kicked off on Tuesday could hurt a fragile economic recovery. REUTERS/Toru Hanai (JAPAN - Tags: BUSINESS POLITICS)
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