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The International Monetary Fund on Tuesday upwardly revised its economic forecast for Japan and said it could tolerate a weaker yen against the dollar to help Japan fight deflation.

In its World Economic Outlook report, the IMF said it expects Japan’s gross domestic product to contract 0.4 percent in real terms in 2001, compared with its November projection of a 0.9 percent shrinkage.

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