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Japan Inc. turns away from equity financing

Investors in Japanese companies are increasingly attentive to capital efficiency.

TOKYO -- Corporate Japan has slammed the brakes on issuing shares in the face of growing scrutiny of capital efficiency. Instead companies are raising money for growth via cheap debt, thanks to ultralow interest rates.

Slimming down

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