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Japan keeps monetary policy unchanged, sees no need to raise rates

Tokyo 

THE Bank of Japan kept monetary settings unchanged as expected on Tuesday and its chief hosed down market speculation of a shift away from ultra-easy policy later this year as inflation remained stubbornly shy of the central bank's target.

BOJ governor Haruhiko Kuroda said...

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