Bank lending rose at its fastest pace in two years in June, Bank of Japan data showed Tuesday, as higher raw material costs increased short-term funding needs and energy-related firms took out more loans.
Loans excluding those by credit associations quickened for a sixth month, rising 2 percent from a year earlier, the BOJ said.
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