Japan business mood improves, signals return to growth – Reuters Tankan

TOKYO (Reuters) – Confidence among Japanese manufacturers improved in May for the first time in four months while service-sector sentiment hit a record high, the Reuters Tankan poll showed, suggesting the economy may return to growth after a first-quarter …
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