Japan’s bank lending rose at the slowest rate in a decade in February as immediate pressure for companies to borrow cash continued to ease amid a broader economic recovery from the pandemic.
While the Bank of Japan’s massive money printing will likely keep funding conditions ultraloose, the crisis in Ukraine could hurt restaurants and retailers still reeling from COVID-19 curbs, some analysts say.
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