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Economics minister Heizo Takenaka suggested Friday that Japan may consider setting an inflation target as a way to fight deflation.

“We could draw a lesson from the experiences of Britain and other nations that set inflation targets, and some of them could be used in future discussions,” Takenaka said during a press conference in London.

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