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Japan's Economy Grows 1.5%, Rebounding After Quake

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Japan's economy rebounded in the third quarter, growing for the first time since a deadly earthquake in March.

Gross domestic product grew by 1.5% in the three months to the end of September, compared with the previous three months, the Cabinet Office said.

The gain comes after three quarters of contraction, and indicates an annualised rate of growth of 6%.

However, some analysts said the strength of the yen and global economic problems may hurt further recovery.


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Quick, lets blow up a few reactors over here too so that the economy can boom again! (think about how many jobs the clean-up operation will generate!) :ph34r:

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