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Asia | 3 August 2018 Does the BoJ Believe in Targeting 2% Inflation Anymore?
Why should Japan, the U.S., the Euro Area, the U.K. and Japan all have the same inflation target?

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3 August 2018 Does the BoJ Believe in Targeting 2% Inflation Anymore?

By Freya Beamish

Why should Japan, the U.S., the Euro Area, the U.K. and Japan all have the same inflation target?

Posted: 3rd Aug 2018 in 'Asia'

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