Forty percent of Japanese manufacturers would relocate factories and development sites abroad if the yen continues to trade at 85 to the dollar, a survey conducted from Aug. 11 to Aug. 24 by the Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry found. The number of companies saying profits will decline because of the yenâs strength rose to 65 percent from 16 percent in a May survey, when the currency was trading at 90 yen to the dollar. More than 50 percent said they would see a drop in earnings from the yenâs strength against the euro. âI want Tokyo to hear our wailing,â Suzuki Motor Corp.âs Chairman Osamu Suzuki told reporters on Aug. 26. âSomething needs to be done to prevent Japan from sinking. Frankly speaking, thatâs how I feel. All we can do is to keep asking for help. I spend every day feeling anxious about this.â http://noir.bloomberg.com/apps/news?pid=20601087&sid=abn_M_gd01MM&pos=5 When is the BOJ finally ready to ACT ????? Since when does BOJ need coordinated central bank action to show its resoluteness ?