* Stock lending in big Japanese companies on the rise * Eight of top 10 Asia Pacific funds cutting Japan exposure By Sinead Cruise and Chris Vellacott LONDON, Oct 1 (Reuters) - Nervous overseas funds are starting to pull money out of Japan, spooked by a territorial spat with China that has prompted talk of corporate boycotts, weakened trade and even military action. Political commentators have played down the significance of the ...
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