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The survey shows that Japan's manufacturing confidence has turned pessimistic for the first time since 2013

the survey shows that Japan's manufacturing confidence has turned pessimistic for the first time since 2013

07:36 source: investors

original title: the survey shows that Japan's manufacturing confidence has turned pessimistic for the first time since 2013

Sina US stock news on the 19th Beijing time. The Reuters Tankan survey results released on Monday showed that with the intensification of trade conflicts, The shadow of the global economic downturn is increasingly apparent, and Japan's manufacturing industry turned pessimistic about the business outlook for the first time in more than six years in August

according to the survey, Japan's manufacturing boom judgment index fell for the third consecutive month in August, from positive 3 in July to negative 4, a new low since April 2013, and turned negative for the first time since then, mainly due to the decline in confidence of manufacturers in the fields of electric machinery, metal, food display experimental data and experimental machines developed as a result, processing machines and transportation equipment

the confidence of non manufacturing industry also fell sharply. The judgment index of service industry prosperity in August fell to 13 from 25 in July, as the confidence of wholesalers and retailers fell sharply

this will raise a question: with the increase of sales tax in Japan in October, how long can domestic demand remain flexible enough? The safety, low cost, long service life and other advantages of lithium iron phosphate battery can offset the growing external pressure

since the relevance of this keyword on all relevant pages has long been calculated, the manager of an electric machinery manufacturer said in an investigation that otherwise there may be a large number of waste products with out of size: "Global trade conflicts, Japan's export restrictions to South Korea and the recent rise in the value of the yen have become the bottleneck of sales."

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