TOKYO -- Confidence among Japan's largest manufacturers is declining as the weak yen that long helped the nation's exports compete abroad increasingly turns into a setback amid a global surge in commodity prices.
Business sentiment among large Japanese manufacturers declined for the first time in seven quarters in the BOJ's new Tankan survey published Friday -- its first since Russia began invading Ukraine in late February and the yen weakened by nearly 10 against the dollar in March.
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