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TOKYO, June 10 (Reuters) - Japan's economy grew at an annualised rate of 2.2% in January-March, slightly more than the initial estimate of a 2.1% expansion, revised data from the Cabinet Office showed on Monday.
The revised figure for gross domestic product compared with economists' median forecast of 2.1% growth in a Reuters poll.
On a quarter-on-quarter basis GDP grew 0.6%, compared with a 0.5% growth in the initial reading and the median forecast.
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For the full tables on the Cabinet Office's website: http://www.esri.cao.go.jp/en/sna/sokuhou/sokuhouttop.html (Reporting by Ritsuko Shimizu, writing by Kaori Kaneko Editing by Chang-Ran Kim)