Japan June manufacturing PMI shows growth but export orders contract

(Reuters) – Japanese manufacturing activity grew at a slightly faster pace in June, but export orders fell more than initially reported in a worrying sign of the potential impact of a heated trade dispute between the United States and major economies.
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