Japan's economy contracts in last quarter - Survey warns of negative impact if UK leaves EU - Europe's largest bank decides to keep HQ in London
Tokyo and Brussels have agreed a free trade accord, opening up the EU to Japanese cars and Japan to European cheese. Japan's economy meanwhile has recorderd its longest uninterrupted growth since 1994.
Toyota and Bank of Tokyo-Mitsubishi UFJ have expressed concerns about access to the European single market after Brexit, with experts anticipating more defections in the coming months. Julian Ryall reports from Tokyo.
The world's third-largest economy has grown again in the first quarter, marking a long string of gains since 2006. But analysts warned that the nation's long battle to conquer deflation was far from over.
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