Japan’s business confidence index drops amid trade tensions

TOKYO: Business sentiment among large Japanese manufacturers fell in June for the second quarter in a row amid growing concerns about trade with the United States, a Bank of Japan quarterly survey showed on Monday. The Tankan index fell from plus 24 in …
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