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Japanese economy started the recovery phase this quarter as the industry sector continued to introduce more cheerful signs these days after manufacturers restored their production cycle after the massive quake that hit the nation during the first quarter of this year.
Japan's economy confirms that it has ability to exit from its hurdle phase that affected by the March quake, which supported more companies to shut their plants and suspend the production cycle. Japan has more of resources that work to support the economic recovery to rebound again before the year's ending.
Optimism found its way back to manufacturers in Japan after the world's third largest economy reached the bottom. Tankan manufacturing survey showed that manufacturers became more optimistic about rebounding profits in the upcoming period as the economic slump eased.
Japanese companies have restored their facilities that damaged by the March 11 quake, while Nissan Motor Co. is one of the world's biggest carmakers and it's the Japan's third largest automakers, reported that the company is going to expand its production in China to 600,000 vehicles over the next six years, because of the company aims to boost its market share in China.
Moreover, the outlook for the Japanese economy has improved as retail sales came better than expected during May, which means that the world's third largest economy started to rebound in the second half of the year after the massive quake that hit the nation on March.
On the other hand, the Bank of Japan raised the assessment for the economy this months saying "the economy is showing signs of recovery" after it was "stopped worsening" while Japanese companies are still seeking to increase their investment to exit from the consequences of the worst financial crisis, adding that the economic recovery in Japan is on the track.