Japan February machinery orders rise unexpectedly in positive sign for capex

The two economic superpowers have threatened each other with heavy tariffs amid growing U.S. disapproval of China’s trade practices and its treatment of foreign intellectual property. Japanese exporters would be unlikely to increase investment if China …
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