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TOKYO (Reuters) - Japanese household spending fell 4.6 percent in August from a year earlier in price-adjusted real terms, data by the Ministry OF Internal Affairs and Communications showed on Friday, a sign of persistent weakness in private consumption.
The year-on-year fall compared with the median market forecast for a 2.5 percent fall and followed a 0.5 percent drop in July, the data showed.
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Reporting by Sumio Ito; Editing by Chang-Ran Kim