Japan’s business mood sours for first time in two years, upbeat on capex

TOKYO (Reuters) – Japanese business sentiment worsened for the first time in two years in the three months to March, a closely watched central bank survey showed on Monday, as rising raw materials and labor costs weigh on an otherwise steady economic recovery.
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