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April 1, 2016 14:30 JST | Japan
TOKYO -- The Bank of Japan's latest Tankan business sentiment survey has offered some fresh signs that the "virtuous cycle" touted by the central bank as a big prop for the economy is winding down.
Economic slowdowns in key emerging countries and the yen's upturn against other major currencies have combined to pull down earnings of Japanese companies, especially manufacturers.
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