The Bank of Japan on Monday raised its assessment of all regions for the first time since last July, citing a pickup in the global economy and resilient domestic demand, following its unprecedented easing measures.
The central bank became more upbeat about all nine regions, it said in its so-called quarterly Sakura Report.
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