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2022-10-23
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Japan's machinery orders rose 3% month on month in May, the fastest growth rate in four months

the Japanese Cabinet Office announced that Japan's machinery orders rose 3% month on month in May, the fastest growth rate in four months. The results are in line with expectations, indicating that enterprises are increasing spending to resume production, and the post disaster reconstruction plan is stimulating machinery demand

the Cabinet Office of Japan announced that Japan's machinery orders rose 3% month on month in May, the fastest growth rate in four months. The result is in line with expectations, indicating that enterprises are increasing spending to resume production, and the post disaster reconstruction plan is stimulating machinery demand

the Cabinet Office of Japan announced on July 7 that the number of machinery orders in Japan rose at the fastest rate in four months in May, indicating that enterprises are increasing spending to restore business and production damaged by the earthquake and tsunami on March 11

data showed that Japan's machinery orders rose 3% month on month in May, which was in line with the previous average expectations of economists. This indicator is the leading indicator to measure the capital expenditure of enterprises in the next three to six months

Japanese enterprises are expected to recover their profits in late 2011, and are raising their spending plans. Manufacturers are restoring production facilities, and the Japanese government is carrying out stimulus measures for post disaster reconstruction. Komatsultd., the world's second largest construction machinery manufacturer He said Japan's reconstruction plan was stimulating demand

analysts said before the release of the report that all enterprises were willing to spend money on plants and equipment that were not seriously hit by the earthquake. With the support of reconstruction demand, the number of machinery orders is expected to increase in the future

efforts to rebuild the affected areas are pushing up the demand for excavators and wheel loaders. Komatsu CEO said that from April to June, Japanese orders increased by more than 30% year-on-year

Sony plans to spend 120billion yen in the 2011/2012 fiscal year before using the metal impact testing machine as of March 2012 to improve the production capacity of image sensors

On July 7, cabinetoffice announced that the number of machinery orders in Japan rose at the fastest rate in four months in May, indicating that enterprises are increasing spending to restore business and production damaged by the March 11 earthquake and tsunami

data showed that Japan's machinery orders rose 3% month on month in May, which was in line with the previous average expectations of economists. This indicator is the leading indicator to measure the capital expenditure of enterprises in the next three to six months

Japanese enterprises are expected to recover their profits in late 2011, and are raising their spending plans. Manufacturers are restoring production facilities, and the Japanese government is carrying out stimulus measures for post disaster reconstruction. The second largest light dispersing material in the world is generally komatsultd., a construction machinery manufacturer, which adds light dispersing agent to transparent resin to achieve the effect of soft light He said Japan's reconstruction plan was stimulating demand

analysts said before the release of the report that all enterprises were willing to spend money on plants and equipment that were not seriously hit by the earthquake. With the support of reconstruction demand, the number of future machinery orders is expected to increase with such advanced design and manufacturing methods

efforts to rebuild the affected areas are pushing up the demand for excavators and wheel loaders. Komatsu CEO said that from April to June, Japanese orders increased by more than 30% year-on-year

Sony plans to spend 120 billion yen in the 2011/2012 fiscal year ending March 2012 to improve the production capacity of image sensors

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