Japan manufacturer sentiment worsens for second straight quarter

TOKYO — Sentiment among large Japanese manufacturers worsened for the second consecutive quarter in April through June, the Bank of Japan’s latest Tankan survey shows, reflecting deepening concerns over international trade and security as well as a …
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