12月 4, 2021

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円安の影響を受けて、日本企業のほとんどは商品コストを克服しようとしています。

    TOKYO, Nov 11 (Reuters) - Fifty-four percent of Japanese firms plan to pass on or have already passed on to customers
commodity costs that have climbed amid a weaker yen, a Reuters poll showed - a sign that a inflationary pressures may be
increasing in the world's third-biggest economy.
    Below are the questions and answers in the Oct. 26-Nov. 5 poll, conducted for Reuters by Nikkei Research. Answers are
denoted in percentages. Percentage totals for a given question may not come to exactly 100% due to rounding. The poll and
reply totals are in absolute terms. Around 240 companies responded to the survey.
    
1. If the dollar continues to trade at 113-114 yen or above, how will that affect your business? (Pick one)
                      Profit      Profit    No impact     Polled     Replied
                     increase   decrease                            
 All                       23%         33%         44%         502         248
 Manufacturers             38%         30%         32%         251         133
 Non-manufacturers          6%         36%         58%         251         115
 2. At what levels do you think yen weakness versus the dollar is perceived as a negative? (Pick one)
                     110-114     115-119     120-124     125-129      130 or     Polled      Replied
                       yen         yen         yen         yen        beyond                
 All                       13%         21%         44%         11%         11%         502         231
 Manufacturers             12%         20%         46%         13%         10%         251         125
 Non-manufacturers         14%         23%         42%          8%         13%         251         106
 3. Have you been able to pass on rising global commodity costs to customers? (Pick one)
                       Yes,      Not yet,    No, unable    Polled     Replied
                     already    but plan to      to                  
 All                       14%          40%         47%         502         242
 Manufacturers             11%          50%         40%         251         133
 Non-manufacturers         17%          28%         55%         251         109
 4. Could rising commodity costs become a factor that squeeze your profits this financial year? 
                       Yes          No        Polled     Replied
 All                       79%         21%         502         244
 Manufacturers             88%         12%         251         132
 Non-manufacturers         69%         31%         251         112
 5. How does the total amount of employees' pay for this fiscal year compare with last year's? (Pick one)
                    Down more   Down 3-5%   Down 1-3%      Flat      Up 1-3%     Up 3-5%     Up more      Polled     Replied
                     than 5%                                                                 than 5%                
 All                        2%          3%          9%         42%         33%          8%          3%         502         240
 Manufacturers              1%          5%          8%         40%         35%          9%          4%         251         129
 Non-manufacturers          4%          1%         11%         44%         31%          8%          2%         251         111
 6. How do you think taxes changes should be used most effectively to encourage wage hikes? (Pick one)
                    Tax exemptions   Tax cuts for      Taxing      Others      Polled     Replied
                    for firms that    firms that      internal                           
                      raise pay        raise pay      reserves                           
 All                           45%              46%          7%          2%         502         235
 Manufacturers                 41%              50%          9%          1%         251         127
 Non-manufacturers             50%              42%          6%          3%         251         108
 7. Do you agree with Prime Minister Fumio Kishida's call for reviewing quarterly corporate disclosures?
                       Yes          No        Polled     Replied
 All                       70%         30%         502         240
 Manufacturers             72%         28%         251         130
 Non-manufacturers         68%         32%         251         110
 8. Would you cease reporting quarterly if such disclosures became voluntary?
                       Yes          No        Polled     Replied
 All                       40%         60%         502         233
 Manufacturers             37%         63%         251         125
 Non-manufacturers         44%         56%         251         108
 9. If quarterly disclosures become voluntary, would that help you take a longer view on business management?
                       Yes          No        Polled     Replied
 All                       63%         37%         502         238
 Manufacturers             59%         41%         251         128
 Non-manufacturers         68%         32%         251         110
  

 (Reporting by Tetsushi Kajimoto; Editing by Edwina Gibbs)