By  on August 19, 2008

TOKYO — It’s shaping up to be a tough summer for retail in Japan.

Department store sales in July shed 2.5 percent to 706.2 billion yen, or $6.61 billion, declining for the fifth consecutive month this year, the Japan Department Stores Association said Monday. The figures were adjusted for the change in the number of stores over the past year.

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