Japan’s business sentiment hits 11-year high: BOJ Tankan survey

TOKYO — Business confidence among Japan’s big manufacturers improved for the fifth straight quarter in the three months through December as global economic sentiment picked up, according to the Bank of Japan’s quarterly Tankan survey, released on Friday.
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