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Corporate Japan raring to spend in Southeast Asia: survey

More than a third of top executives plan to invest more in Southeast Asia in fiscal 2014.

TOKYO -- Japanese companies are ready to ramp up capital investment overseas, especially in Southeast Asia, according to a survey of top executives compiled Saturday by The Nikkei.

     The quarterly poll aims to draw responses from at least 100 presidents. This time around, executives at 148 companies participated. Of these, 48% said they plan to expand foreign production, while only 14.8% said they intend to beef up domestic output.

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