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Japan’s risk of spurring inflation without boosting the nation’s growth potential is raising the stakes for Prime Minister Shinzo Abe’s next round of economic restructuring measures, due in June.

An economy “with low real growth rates under mild inflation” is possible, should the government fail to deliver, Bank of Japan Deputy Gov. Kikuo Iwata said Monday.

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