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Japan January inflation seen easing; factory output to rise

BOJ is counting on exports to help offset the still-weak private consumption


JAPAN'S core inflation is seen slowing for a sixth month in January while factory output is expected to rise, underlining the policy challenge facing the Bank of Japan (BOJ) as it strives to speed up economic growth and achieve its 2 per cent price target.

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