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Japan’s famed 100-yen shops fall victim to cost-of-living squeeze


There can’t be a household in Japan that doesn’t own a few items from a 100-yen shop – anything from chopsticks and teacups to air freshener and bin bags. But the wildly popular discount stores – whose roots lie in the country’s long battle with deflation – are having to compromise on their USP, as …

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