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Three-quarters of Japanese companies say the Bank of Japan needs to exit from its supereasy monetary policy but most do not see that happening until next year or beyond, a poll found.

The results of the monthly Reuters Corporate Survey come as BOJ Gov. Haruhiko Kuroda — reappointed for a second term — and his two new deputies are set to begin their terms, aiming to spur economic growth and drive inflation to the central bank’s so-far elusive target of 2 percent.

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