• The Associated Press


The economy is no longer in deflation, and the Bank of Japan ought to end its quantitative easing policy if conditions are met, the economy and banking minister said Sunday, further fueling speculation of a pending policy change.

“We are no longer in deflation, in the classical sense of the word,” Kaoru Yosano said on an NHK TV program.

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