Japan’s economy contracted at the fastest pace since 1955 as exports plunged and companies slashed production.
The country’s real GDP shrank at an annual pace of 15.2% in Q1, the government said Wednesday.
The result represents the fastest decline since Japan began compiling GDP statistics more than five 50 years ago.
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