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The Bank of Japan plans to discuss whether to end its unconventional corporate support measures at Tuesday’s Policy Board meeting, sources said Friday.

The BOJ needs to make a decision on the matter at its Nov. 19 to 20 Policy Board meeting because the temporary measures, which include outright purchases of corporate debt, will expire at the end of the year, the sources said.

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