Japanese government reportedly considering to revise down economic assessment in May

Reuters reports, citing a government source on the matter

The report says that Japan’s government is considering revising down its economic assessment in its monthly report due next week as US-China trade tensions continue to take a toll on exports and factory output.

If they do so again here, it would cast further doubt on Abe’s plans to raise the sales tax in October. From earlier this week:

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