Japan’s cash-rich companies ready to spend more on M&A, not wages: Reuters poll

TOKYO (Reuters) – Japanese companies are warming to mobilizing their mountains of accumulated cash for mergers and acquisitions but remain stubbornly resistant to wage increases, a Reuters poll showed on Monday. Prime Minister Shinzo Abe’s government has …
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