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Heizo Takenaka, minister for economic and fiscal policy, repeated his call Saturday for further quantitative monetary easing to combat deflation.

“I have not changed my position that (the Bank of Japan) should adopt a quantitative easing policy that matches the government’s target of preventing deflation,” Takenaka told a press conference after attending a public “town meeting.”

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