Japan’s business mood hits decade-high, labor shortage bites: BOJ tankan

TOKYO (Reuters) – Big manufacturers have more confidence in Japan’s business conditions than they have had for a decade as a weak yen and robust global demand add momentum to the economic recovery, a closely watched central bank survey showed on Monday.
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