UPDATE 1-Japan business expects no early impact from war


(Adds comments from Okuda) By Miki Shimogori TOKYO, March 20 (Reuters) - Japanese business leaders played down imminent risks to the economy from the U.S.-led military attack on Iraq on Thursday but hoped for a quick end to the war. One worry was that sentiment in the U.S. might be hit if the war dragged on, hurting the sales of exporters such as Sony Corp and Toyota Motor Corp . "If the war ends quickly then the impact on the Japanese and global economy would be somewhat limited, ...

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