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Over 30% of listed Japanese firms which operate in Russia have decided to stop doing so as Moscow continues its war in Ukraine, a recent survey by a credit research firm has shown.

In the Teikoku Databank Ltd. survey, 60 — or 36% — of the 168 companies that do business in Russia said they plan to stop operations in the country, up from the 37 in the previous study in March.

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