Economists say Japan's economy may have peaked

02/6/2008 | Bloomberg1

Japan's economy probably grew at an annualized 1.6% in last year's final quarter, economists surveyed by Bloomberg News said. Export-led production may slow as world demand ebbs along with the U.S. economy. "The curtain is coming down on the economic recovery that began in early 2002," said Goldman Sachs economist Naoki Murakami.

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