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The country’s low interest rates will help the economy avoid slipping into a “deep” slump, Bank of Japan Gov. Masaaki Shirakawa said Monday.

“Japan’s economy is unlikely to experience a deep adjustment phase,” Shirakawa said at a speech in Osaka. The country’s “accommodative environment for corporate finance is expected to continue to support business activity.”

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