Wednesday, January 17, 2024

I still recommend Japan to the rest of the world due to simply Asian race which appeared to me as mature enough to handle its future with rest of the world through views of the past

A lots of wrong stuff took place, but Japan is important player in this world and I decided will continue to support one along China. Two major and extremely important for world players - perhaps even the most important a new era could show. Africa, South America, and rest of the Asia can't get better players to partner with than China and Japan who should work together with one another foremost for regional Asian interests sake.

STOP CRYING WUSSIES !!! If anything, you are a bit freer as a nation from yesterday on. I hope your lives in Japan will become more colorful - diverse in a sense of civil rights against imperial radicalism which nations worldwide are grappling with. For nations need to work together not for slavery, but for common good.

@Japanese royals - you, however, are out of the picture as far as I am concerned and will not do business with you. Found your characters to be extremely dishonest disallowing me to have absolutely anything to do with you ever again. Off course you are not all the same just as the case is with other royal families, but you are family and I do not break families regardless and none of you really invested any efforts to help even that this was not even about help, but simple duties covered with laws/treaties that every human being should carry out for another. You are offenders of the worst kind just as is case with the rest of the criminal syndicates(royals) ran throughout globe.

A man works in a construction site at an industrial port in Tokyo

A man works in a construction site at an industrial port in Tokyo, Japan, May 22, 2019. Picture taken on May 22, 2019. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon/File Photo Acquire Licensing Rights

TOKYO, Jan 17 (Reuters) - Business morale at big Japanese manufacturers slid in January for the first time in four months and was expected to remain subdued, the Reuters Tankan poll showed, underscoring concerns about weak demand from China and elsewhere.
The monthly poll, which tracks the Bank of Japan's (BOJ) key tankan quarterly survey, found the service-sector mood improving, but it was seen deteriorating slightly over the coming three months, reflecting fragile domestic consumption.
The poll results may dash hopes the Japanese economy, the world's third-largest, could count on external demand to offset weakness at households amid rising living costs underpinned by stubbornly weakness in the yen currency.
In the Reuters poll of about 500 large- and mid-sized companies, in which 240 firms responded on condition of anonymity, many voiced concerns about uncertainty overseas in countries such as China, Japan's largest trade partner.
"The Chinese market remains unstable and we cannot foresee a bright future there. As a result (our) domestic client is taking a wait-to-see stance," a paper/pulp maker company wrote in the survey on condition of anonymity.
A machinery maker manager cited cooling U.S.-China relations, China's slowdown, the prolonged war in Ukraine and the renewed conflict between Israel and Hamas as sources of concern on the outlook, making clients wary of raising capital spending.
Another machinery maker wrote: "Inflationary trend globally saps appetite for capital expenditure and China's stagnant economy aggravates our sales of production materials and durable goods materials."
There's no shortage of worries.
A precision machinery maker voiced concerns about impact of earthquakes that struck on the New Year's day in the Noto peninsula, northwest of Tokyo, on its factories there.
The sentiment index for manufacturers stood at +6, down six points from the previous month, dragged down by exporting sectors such as cars and electronics, according to the survey conducted Dec. 22-Jan. 12.
The index is expected to stay flat over three months ahead in April.
The service-sector index grew to +29 in January from +26 in the previous month, led by retailers, information/communications and transport/utilities. The index will edge down in April.
The BOJ's tankan showed last month sentiment at big Japanese manufacturers hit a near two-year high in the three months to December, and that for non-manufacturers jumped to levels not seen since 1991, signaling the conditions needed to unwind monetary stimulus were falling into place.
The Reuters Tankan indexes are calculated by subtracting the percentage of pessimistic respondents from optimistic ones. A positive figure means optimists outnumber pessimists.

Editing by Kim Coghill

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