Japan Inc believes Abe, Trump don't want to see excessive yen weakness: Reuters poll

TOKYO (Reuters) – Japanese companies believe that neither U.S. President Donald Trump nor Japan Prime Minister Shinzo Abe want to see the yen weaken significantly, a Reuters poll showed, a development they worry could spark an unwelcome political backlash.
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