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Asia | 30 April 2018 The BoJ is Getting Cold Feet on its 2% Inflation Target
The BoJ kept policy unchanged last week, but made a significant change to its communication, dropping its previous explicit statement on the timing for hitting the inflation target.

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30 April 2018 The BoJ is Getting Cold Feet on its 2% Inflation Target

By Freya Beamish

The BoJ kept policy unchanged last week, but made a significant change to its communication, dropping its previous explicit statement on the timing for hitting the inflation target.

Posted: 29th Apr 2018 in 'Asia'

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