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BOJ worry about fallout from yuan devaluation

Officials fear pressure for monetary easing the move hits Asian demand and Japan exports


CHINA'S devaluation of the yuan exposes an undefended flank in the Bank of Japan's efforts to jolt its flagging economy out of decades of deflation, which rely heavily on a solid pickup in overseas demand.

A growing number of Japan's central bankers are privately voicing

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