Corporate Sentiment in Japan Slumps to Near Three-Year LowBy
Optimism among businesses is waning as the yen strengthens
Companies are paring their plans for capital expenditure
Sentiment among Japan’s large manufacturers dropped to the lowest level since mid-2013 as a stronger yen risks eroding company profits, undermining efforts to spur a recovery in the world’s third-largest economy.
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