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Asia | 18 March 2019 BoJ Plays Hedgehog, but Groundwork is Being Laid for an Exit
Japan's inflation target came under heavy fire yesterday, as Finance Minister Taro Aso suggested that "things will go wrong if you focus too much on 2%."

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18 March 2019 BoJ Plays Hedgehog, but Groundwork is Being Laid for an Exit

By Freya Beamish

Japan's inflation target came under heavy fire yesterday, as Finance Minister Taro Aso suggested that "things will go wrong if you focus too much on 2%."

Posted: 18th Mar 2019 in 'Asia'

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