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Kan takes up the deflation fight

15 September 2010 By Ian Campbell

For the first time in six years and the day after prime minister Naoto Kan retained his post, Japan’s finance ministry sold yen to weaken the currency. The Bank of Japan is now murmuring about monetary policy loosening. The newfound urge to combat deflation is a big step forward.

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