While the nation’s industrial web of cross-shareholdings continued unraveling, foreign investors were net buyers of Japanese stocks for the fifth consecutive week last week.

Nonresidents bought 79.47 billion yen more than they sold on the Tokyo, Osaka and Nagoya stock exchanges, on top of 71.3 billion yen the previous week, according to industry figures.

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