TOKYO, Aug 25 (Reuters) - The Japanese government is likely to revise down its assessment of the world's third-biggest economy for the first time since October due to slowing exports, media said on Saturday. The government is expected to point out that some business areas are weakening in the report to be released on Tuesday, media said. The Nikkei business daily and Kyodo news agency said the report was likely to say exports and production, including ...
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