Japan exports grow, but manufacturers’ confidence slips amid fears of rising yen

TOKYO: Buoyant sales of cars and electronics led Japan’s exports to a 14th straight month of growth in January but manufacturers’ business confidence slid — highlighting fears of the rising yen disrupting an export-led recovery. The trade data came …
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